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Jon Batiste (center) performs at the 64th annual Grammy Awards on April 3, 2022. Batiste was nominated in 11 categories and took home five prizes, including album of the year. Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images hide caption

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In These Silent Days is the latest collaboration between singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile and her core band, twin brothers Phil and Tim Hanseroth. Neil Krug/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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For Brandi Carlile, band and family are one and the same

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Brandi Carlile on World Cafe

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Across Brandi Carlile's new record, In These Silent Days, she sounds assured, content and, often, joyful. Neil Krug/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Race Records, the latest release from country singer Miko Marks, is on our shortlist of the best albums and EPs out on Oct. 1. Amanda Lopez/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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New Music Friday: The top 7 albums out on Oct. 1

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At Joni Mitchell's 75th birthday celebration in 2019, where Brandi Carlile performed two songs. Valerie Macon/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Brandi Carlile On The Radical Vulnerability Of Joni Mitchell's 'Blue'

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Joni Mitchell and Brandi Carlile at Joni 75: A Birthday Celebration in 2018. Carlile recently performed a tribute to Mitchell's Blue. Vivien Killilea/Getty Images for The Music Cente hide caption

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The Highwomens' self-titled album is out now via Elektra Records. Alysse Gafkjen/Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Country's New Supergroup 'The Highwomen' Unite To Make Way For Unsung Female Artists

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Brandi Carlile performs a live World Cafe Session at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia. Liz Waldie/WXPN hide caption

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Brandi Carlile On World Cafe

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