Mark Olson of The Jayhawks. The band performed at the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, Minn. in support of their recent release, Mockingbird Time. Tom Campbell/The Current hide caption

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The Jayhawks: Reunited And Live In Concert

Hear a special show, on the heels of the band's first new album in eight years.

The Jayhawks, Live at the Fitzgerald Theater, from The Current
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Gilad Hekselman: Wide-Open Reaction

WBGO

Engaging and risky, emotional and resonant — the guitarist's Hex Trio performs on The Checkout.

Gilad Hekselman In Studio At WBGO
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Treme Tour: Donald Harrison, Glen David Andrews

Jazz24

Hear the two discuss the music of New Orleans' Treme neighborhood and the TV show of the same name.

When The Saints Go Marching In
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Jesse Sykes: The Beautiful Sound Of Struggle

KEXP

From KEXP, hear how the Seattle rock band has translated inner turmoil into a commanding record.

Hushed By Devotion
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Laura Marling: Striking Songs And A Supple Voice

WNYC Radio

Hear the 21-year-old songwriter perform polished, emotional new material on WNYC's Spinning on Air.

Laura Marling In Studio on Spinning On Air
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Marianne Faithfull: Reinventing A Rock Legend

WFUV On-Air: Music Discovery Starts Here

Now on her 23rd record, the legendary singer visits WFUV to share her enthusiasm for music and life.

Marianne Faithfull in Studio at WFUV
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Karrin Allyson: Songs Of Heartbreak

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The jazz vocalist and pianist performs songs from her new album, Round Midnight, for KPLU.

Karrin Allyson: Songs Of Heartbreak
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Dawes: Road Tested, Newport Approved

WFUV On-Air: Music Discovery Starts Here

The brothers Goldsmith open up to WFUV about their songwriting influences and collaborative spirit.

Dawes In Studio at WFUV
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The Calm Blue Sea: Roiling And Towering

KUT 90.5

Listen to the guitar-driven band perform a sweeping, cinematic set in this live session with KUT.

The Calm Blue Sea: Roiling And Towering
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