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Teddy Abrams

Hear a young conductor, composer and pianist riff on Beethoven and play his own jazz-inspired compositions.

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Youth Lagoon

Trevor Powers' new songs are more expansive and self-assured than usual, a transition reflected in this performance. In person, he's poised, appearing almost joyful at times.

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The Wild Reeds

Great singers aren't easy to come by, so finding three in one band is something special. The Wild Reeds' songs are clear and memorable, potent and sometimes delicate, and beautifully performed here.

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Jason Isbell, 'Something More Than Free' (Live)

Watch Isbell perform the humbly spiritual title track from Something More Than Free at this year's Americana Music Festival.

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opbmusic Presents: JD McPherson

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Watch the rockabilly guitarist perform "You Must Have Met Little Caroline?" at the 2015 Pickathon festival.

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Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats

At the Tiny Desk, Rateliff's body-shaking Southern-style soul takes on a slightly more laid-back sound. The resulting songs are served with a warm heart — and suitable for a cold beer.

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First Watch: Stolen Jars, 'Waves"

A tale of memory and the emotional waves of memory as told by the band Stolen Jars.

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Rahim AlHaj

Though wordless, the Baghdad-born oud player's music tells powerful stories about the blessedness and fragility of life.