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Fiona Aboud

New Lost City Ramblers Look Back At 50 Years

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Kelly Ruberto

Music From The Sublime To The Old Time

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Jazz trumpeter Terence Blanchard is a throwback to the socially engaged jazzman of the 1960s. Jenny Bagert hide caption

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Jenny Bagert

Terence Blanchard: Free Will And 'Choices'

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Mayer Hawthorne: New Detroit Soul

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In The Dry Spells' "Sruti," three-part harmonies twist around each other like ivy on an oak. hide caption

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