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Nina Diaz

As a solo artist on leave from Girl In A Coma, the singer finds new ways to sound ferocious.

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Margaret Glaspy

No overplaying, no frills, just great music and an artist who sounds thrilled to be playing it.

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Eddie Palmieri

An icon for modern and Latin jazz, the veteran performer continues to break tradition and innovate.

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Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals

Watch the invigorating, genre-busting bandleader, drummer, singer and rapper perform four songs.

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René Marie

Joined by her Experiment In Truth band, the jazz singer performs songs from Sound Of Red.

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The Jayhawks

The beloved band displays its signature country-tinged rock and close harmonies in four new songs.

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Rachel Barton Pine

Watch the genial violinist commune with nearly 300-year-old music for solo violin by J.S. Bach.

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Kevin Morby

The singer, known for Woods and The Babies, performs carefully crafted songs with powerful lyrics.

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Lucy Dacus

The Virginia musician writes songs that can be thoughtful, playful and powerful.

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Xenia Rubinos

Rubinos uses her Afro-Caribbean roots as a jumping-off point for inventive, provocative songs.