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JD McPherson On Mountain Stage

The singer-songwriter's attempts to re-create the legendary rock sound of Chess Records resulted in his debut album, Signs and Signifiers. McPherson's set is followed by Julie Adams.

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Connie Smith On Mountain Stage

One of country's most respected vocalists performs songs from 2011's Long Line of Heartaches. Dolly Parton once suggested that Smith is one of the three greatest female singers in the world.

Connie Smith On Mountain Stage

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Wanda Jackson On Mountain Stage

The Queen of Rockabilly performs songs from a 40-year catalog. She began her career in high school but soon found herself touring with the likes of Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley, who encouraged her.

Wanda Jackson On Mountain Stage

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Chip Taylor On Mountain Stage

Taylor has written some of the best known songs in pop music, including "Wild Thing," which was made famous by The Troggs, and "Angel of the Morning," which wasn't.

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Wynton Marsalis And Vince Giordano, Big Phat Band On JazzSet

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We wave the jazz flag with music transcribed from Louis Armstrong's Hot Fives and Sevens — quintet and septet recordings from the 1920s — and a new Grammy-winning arrangement of "Rhapsody in Blue."

Wynton Marsalis And Vince Giordano, Big Phat Band On JazzSet

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Low On Mountain Stage

Low's quiet, deliberately paced sound began in the early '90s as a reaction to the heavy grunge music of the time. In this set, Low plays "Silver Rider," as well as tracks from 2011's C'mon.

Low On Mountain Stage

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From The Archives: Bobby 'Blue' Bland On Mountain Stage

The revered blues singer, one of the genre's true game-changers, died June 23 at age 83. Hear Bland perform a medley of his hits during an appearance on Mountain Stage in May 2003.

Bobby 'Blue' Bland On Mountain Stage

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Trampled By Turtles On Mountain Stage

The frenetic Minnesota band plays songs from its sixth album, Stars and Satellites, in concert. The set is so exciting, the Mountain Stage audience actually demands an encore; the band obliges.

Trampled By Turtles On Mountain Stage

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Mozart's Violin Comes To Boston, Live In Concert

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Hear the full program and see an excerpt of the performances in Boston, thanks to a collaboration between the Salzburg Mozarteum, the Boston Early Music Festival and Classical New England.

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The Bridge Trio: Live In Concert

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They met in New Orleans' performing-arts high school, became Donald Harrison's rhythm section as teenagers and have now released their first album. The collective plays original music live.

The Bridge Trio: Live From 92Y Tribeca

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