Claudia Marshall Though she started her broadcasting career as a news reporter, City Folk Morning host Claudia Marshall is a music lover at heart — she's from Motown, after all.
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Punch Brothers' members perform in WFUV's Studio A in New York. Tim Teeling/WFUV hide caption

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Punch Brothers: Sophisticated Strings

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Ollabelle Live in Studio at WFUV

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Ryan Adams, in WFUV's Studio A in New York.

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Ryan Adams in Studio at WFUV

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Randy Newman: Return Of A Playful Icon

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Noah and the Whale recently performed a studio session on WFUV. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Noah And The Whale: Following Its Muse

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The Civil Wars In Studio at WFUV

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The Rhode Island quartet The Low Anthem recently played a session for WFUV in New York City. Ryan Mastro/Courtesy of Shore Fire Media hide caption

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The Low Anthem: Folk Music 3.0

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A former chef and handyman, Charles Bradley recently earned a long-awaited record deal. Kisha Bari hide caption

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Charles Bradley In Studio at WFUV

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Ryan Bingham (third from left), seen here with his band The Dead Horses, recently appeared solo on New York City's WFUV. Anna Axster hide caption

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Soul icon Bettye LaVette recently performed live on WFUV in New York City. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Interpretations: The British Rock Songbook

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Sarah Harmer: Back From The Wilderness

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Anders Osborne: New Orleans' Guitar Hero

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Patty Larkin stopped by WFUV in New York to celebrate her 25 years of making music. Jana Leon hide caption

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Patty Larkin In Studio at WFUV, 3/18/2010

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Karl Denson's Tiny Universe In Studio On WFUV 9/11/09

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