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Plastic Spoon: Stripped-Down Rock

WNYC Radio

The New York rock band plays a simple yet sophisticated set in this live session from WNYC.

Hear Plastic Spoon On WNYC

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Sallie Ford: South By Northwest

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Watch the up-and-coming singer perform songs from her debut album, Dirty Radio.

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Randy Newman: Return Of A Playful Icon

WFUV On-Air: Music Discovery Starts Here

The great American songwriter sits down at the piano and plays a few of his best-known hits.

Randy Newman: Return Of A Playful Icon

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The Orchestra Of St. Luke's: Home At Last

American Public Media

Hear the ensemble christen its new concert space with conductor Ivan Fischer.

The Orchestra Of St. Luke's: Home At Last

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Chris Dingman: Giving Off Good Vibes

WBGO

The vibraphonist reveals what inspires him as a musician and plays songs from Waking Dreams.

Chris Dingman: Giving Off Good Vibes

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Benny Green Remembers Monk And Shearing

Jazz24

Hear celebrated pianist Benny Green's inspired homage to two late, great jazz men.

Benny Green Remembers Monk And Shearing

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Joe Lovano With Us Five: A Different Kind Of Bird

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Joe Lovano and his group Us Five dive headlong into the works of jazz great Charlie Parker.

Joe Lovano With Us Five: A Different Kind Of Bird

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