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The Stray Birds: Young, Weary And Resolute

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The Lancaster County trio is one of the finest young bands on the folk circuit. Watch Maya de Vitry, Oliver Craven and Charles Muench perform their hit single, "Dream in Blue," for Folk Alley.

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KCRW Presents: Regina Spektor


The singer-songwriter and pianist performed an exclusive concert for KCRW listeners at Apogee's Berkeley Street Studio in Santa Monica. Watch her end the special evening with "The Party."

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Sera Cahoone: Sounds Like Home

The former member of Carissa's Wierd and Band of Horses released her third full-length album, Deer Creek Canyon, earlier this year. Watch Cahoone perform that album's gorgeous title track in Portland.

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Ben Gibbard

For this, the 250th Tiny Desk Concert, the Death Cab for Cutie and Postal Service singer performs solo and unadorned, with just an acoustic guitar to back him up. Hear Gibbard perform a new song, a little-heard track from 2011, and "St. Peter's Cathedral" from Death Cab's Codes and Keys.

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Bill Charlap: The American Songbook, Handled With Care


There isn't a modern-day pianist with a greater love for Tin Pan Alley than Bill Charlap. Watch him take circuitous routes through "All the Things You Are" and "Sophisticated Lady."

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Patrick Watson In Concert

Patrick Watson put out one of 2012's most magical records. On Sept. 5, the singer and pianist took his sprawling group of touring musicians to Washington, D.C., for an emotional live set.

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Dayna Stephens Quartet : Live At Berklee


The saxophonist has built up an impressive educational pedigree. But he's really flourished by backing up greats like Kenny Barron and Idris Muhammad, and being a first-call player on both the East and West Coast. He leads his quartet live at his alma mater.

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KCRW Presents: Lost In The Trees


Ari Picker's melancholy North Carolina collective introduces a new song on KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic program. Watch Lost in the Trees perform "Glass Harp."

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Jens Lekman: Positively Negative

The Swedish indie-pop star stopped by in Portland to perform songs from I Know What Love Isn't in the studio. Watch Lekman perform the album's darkly uplifting title song.

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Flaco Jimenez

Jimenez is part of a musical continuum that reaches from 19th-century Mexico all the way to The Rolling Stones. And he does it by playing waltzes on a button accordion.