Legendary Folk Artist Doc Watson In Concert

Hear legendary flatpicker and singer of traditional folk Doc Watson recorded live in concert from Alexandria, Va.'s Birchmere Music Mall. Originally webcast live on NPR.org Jan. 27, Watson was joined by banjo player David Holt and Doc's grandson, Richard Watson.

Live in Concert on All Songs Considered

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The Hold Steady in Concert

With the release of Boys and Girls in America, The Hold Steady solidified its place among the best rock bands in the U.S. With classic riffs and literate storytelling, it's been dubbed the thinking man's bar band. Hear The Hold Steady recorded live in concert with Art Brut, from Washington, D.C.

The Hold Steady in Concert

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Broken Social Scene In Concert

Broken Social Scene is one of the most accomplished bands in indie-rock. Its dozen-plus members have made some of the best albums of recent years, either in side projects (Metric, Stars) or solo (Emily Haines, Feist.) Hear the band recorded live in concert from Washington, D.C.

Broken Social Scene in Concert

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Nickel Creek Farewell (For Now) Concert

When Nickel Creek began as a bluegrass trio in 1989, its pre-teen members stunned audiences with their remarkable musical gifts. Since then, their sound has evolved into progressive acoustic music, but they're calling it quits. Hear Nickel Creek recorded live in concert in one of the band's final performances.

Nickel Creek in Concert

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The New Pornographers In Concert

With stunning vocals from Neko Case and playfully cerebral narratives from songwriters Dan Bejar and A.C. Newman, the Canadian band is virtually peerless in the world of power-pop and indie-rock. The band gives a full concert, recorded live from Washington, D.C.'s 9:30 Club.

Spoon In Concert

The Austin rock band Spoon has been making tight, adventurous art-pop for nearly 15 years. Hear the group online in a full concert recorded live from Washington, D.C.'s 9:30 Club with opening act The Ponys.

Spoon in Concert on All Songs Considered

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Stars In Concert

The Canadian rock band Stars and Australia's electro-folk group New Buffalo offer a night of intimate, stylish pop in a full concert, recorded live from Washington, D.C.'s 9:30 Club.

Stars in Concert on All Songs Considered

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Josh Ritter In Concert

Drawing on Bob Dylan's penchant for evocative poetry and Bruce Springsteen's gift for wrapping complex issues in homey narratives, Ritter is becoming the standard-bearer for a new generation of Americana artists. Hear him recorded live in concert from Washington, D.C.

Josh Ritter in Concert on All Songs Considered - 10/09/2007

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Jose Gonzalez in Concert

With just a gently played acoustic guitar and a soft voice, Gonzalez makes lovely, memorable music. His radical reworking of others' songs, along with his own delicate folk, have made Gonzalez an indie favorite in the U.S. Hear him in a full concert, recorded live from Washington, D.C.

All Songs in Concert: Jose Gonzalez

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Okkervil River in Concert

Propelled by the cryptic songwriting of frontman Will Sheff, Okkervil River makes dark, literate rock that's as explosive as it is intimate. Now on tour with one of the year's best albums, The Stage Names, Okkervil River visits Washington, D.C. for a full concert, originally webcast live on NPR.org.

Okkervil River in Concert on All Songs Considered - 09/30/2007

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