After singing together for more than 65 years, the gospel quartet adds a little country twang to their repertoire. They've won six Grammys, including a Lifetime Achievement Award. Listen to them lift up the crowd in this session of Mountain Stage.
Simon Rattle conducts Mahler and Wolf at Carnegie Hall Saturday, February 25, 2012.
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The Tennessee born singer-songwriter has lived in L.A. and England, but, in all her travels, her hometown of Jackson still lives in her music. Listen to her pour her Broadway-strength voice into this session of Mountain Stage.
Lauren Pritchard on Mountain Stage
Galactic performs at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C. on Feb. 23, 2012.
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Whether she's throwing back her head to sing about her love for bodegas, or taking her time to lament lost love, McKay exudes a come-go-along-with-me attitude. Listen to her perform new tunes from her latest album, Home Sweet Mobile Home.
Nada Surf performs at KEXP.
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Even after nearly 20 years on the road, Nada Surf plays with the vigor and vitality of a new band. Here, the group performs a lengthy set of songs from its new album, with a few classics thrown in for good measure.
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The neo-soul singer-songwriter makes his third visit to West Virginia's most famous stage. Listen to the entire concert right here.
Amos Lee On Mountain Stage
The Either/Orchestra at the New School in New York City from left to right: Charlie Kohlhase, Hailey Niswanger, Russ Gershon, saxophones; Joel Yennior, trombone; Tom Halter and Dan Rosenthal, trumpets; Gilson Schachnik, piano; Rick McLaughlin, bass; Pablo Bencid, drums; Vicente Lebron, percussion.
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