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Justin Townes Earle On Mountain Stage

The singer puts the blues back in country on his new album, which he recorded in an old church.

Justin Townes Earle On Mountain Stage

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Delta Rae On Mountain Stage

The North Carolina band's four voices combine to create sweet folk-rock and blues harmonies.

Delta Rae On Mountain Stage

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Punch Brothers On Mountain Stage

Chris Thile's quintet continues to push bluegrass' boundaries into experimental rock territory.

Punch Brothers On Mountain Stage

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The Pines On Mountain Stage

The ethereal folk-rock band makes its first appearance on Mountain Stage, live in Bristol, Tenn./Va.

The Pines On Mountain Stage

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Spirit Family Reunion On Mountain Stage

Hear the band play rustic, Appalachia-influenced tunes on its first Mountain Stage appearance.

Spirit Family Reunion On Mountain Stage

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Barnaby Bright On Mountain Stage

Hear the indie-folk duo play a wide array of instruments in its first Mountain Stage appearance.

Barnaby Bright On Mountain Stage

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The Spring Standards On Mountain Stage

Hear the ethereal indie-pop band perform songs representing its acoustic folk-pop side.

The Spring Standards On Mountain Stage

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Ben Taylor On Mountain Stage

The singer performs a generous 41-minute set with tracks from his most recent album, Listening.

Ben Taylor On Mountain Stage

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Patrick Watson In Concert

The gifted singer and pianist plays an emotional live set at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C.