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  1. Jill Sobule On Mountain Stage
    Hear Sobule perform "Mexican Wrestler" following an audience member's enthusiastic request. More....
  2. Joe Pug On Mountain Stage
    After a brief break from performing, the singer-songwriter returns with a new album, WindfallMore....
  3. Pokey LaFarge On Mountain Stage
    LaFarge's style of roots music draws on early jazz, country blues and Western swing. Hear him perform live with his six-piece road band. More....
  4. Dar Williams On Mountain Stage
    Williams performs music from her new album, Emerald, alongside collaborator Jill Sobule. More....
  5. Amy Speace On Mountain Stage
    The singer-songwriter, a former Shakespearean actor, performs alongside fiddler Megan Palmer. More....
  6. Feufollet On Mountain Stage
    Ever heard a Cajun-style Brian Eno cover? This six-piece Lafayette, La., band delivers. More....
  7. The Alison Brown Quartet On Mountain Stage
    Hear a live set from the award-winning banjo player and Compass Records Group co-founder. More....
  8. The Milk Carton Kids On Mountain Stage
    In a live setting, the folk duo's poignant songwriting is offset by sharp, witty stage banter. More....
  9. Martin Sexton On Mountain Stage
    Sexton's deft guitar work makes it sound as if he's backed by a full band even when he plays solo. More....
  10. Sam Amidon On Mountain Stage
    Hear a freewheeling live set from a multi-instrumentalist whose latest record features his trademark reimagining of traditional folk melodies. More....
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