More From Concerts

Olafur Arnalds, Live In Concert

This performance at New York City's (Le) Poisson Rouge re-imagines the Icelandic musician's magnificent work with a small orchestra: 28 musicians known as Ensemble LPR, along with guest Arnor Dan.

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Asleep At The Wheel On Mountain Stage

The iconic Western swing band has spent more than 40 years honing its energetic, evolving, crowd-pleasing sound. Hear a super-sized 12-song concert, recorded live at the birthplace of country music.

Asleep At The Wheel On Mountain Stage

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Rusted Root On Mountain Stage

Rusted Root's music has been featured in countless movies, television shows and commercials over the course of the band's career. Hear three songs, performed live in an archival recording from 1995.

Rusted Root On Mountain Stage

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SFJAZZ Center Opening Night On JazzSet

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On opening night at San Francisco's newly constructed building designed for and dedicated to jazz, fans filled the stunning Robert N. Miner Auditorium for a maiden voyage and festive concert.

SFJAZZ Center Opening Night On JazzSet

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Baaba Maal On Mountain Stage

Senegal's Baaba Maal has built a career spanning more than three decades. In this archival performance from 1995, Maal performs a unique blend of traditional and popular African styles.

Baaba Maal On Mountain Stage

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Barenaked Ladies On Mountain Stage

The band's infectious hooks, sweet vocal harmonies and wit have made a huge impact in the pop world. In this archival Mountain Stage performance from 1995, you'll hear a band on the rise.

Barenaked Ladies On Mountain Stage

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Taj Mahal On Mountain Stage

Taj Mahal's influences are drawn from many places around the world, from California to Africa to the Pacific Islands. But in this Mountain Stage performance from 1995, he pays tribute to his roots.

Taj Mahal On Mountain Stage

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Richie Havens On Mountain Stage

Havens' unmistakable guitar style and intense vocals helped make him an influential folksinger. In this concert from 1995, Havens — who died April 22 at age 72 — plays some of his best-known songs.

Richie Havens On Mountain Stage

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Iggy And The Stooges, Live In Concert

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NPR Music and WNYC's Soundcheck present a First Listen Live concert from Iggy & The Stooges. Watch the group rip through songs from its new album, Ready to Die, as well as a handful of favorites.

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Blue Yonder On Mountain Stage

The West Virginia trio fuses country, honky-tonk and jazz during this home-state set. Though this is their first time on Mountain Stage, two of its members have made dozens of appearances on the show.

Blue Yonder On Mountain Stage

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