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The unlikely Americana duo of Chip Taylor and Carrie Rodriguez recently performed a studio session at KUT. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Listen Now: Solas In Concert

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John Cohen's Passionate Pursuit, From Kentucky To Peru

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Debbie Friedman performs at Limmud Conference at the University of Warwick on December 26, 2010. Limmud/flickr hide caption

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Debbie Friedman, Who Rewrote Jewish Prayers For A New Generation, Has Died

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David Wax Museum: Tiny Desk Concert

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Sara and Sean Watkins perform a live set on Folk Alley. Joe Gunderman hide caption

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Sara And Sean Watkins: Folk In The Family

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Wooden Wand's "Sleepwalking After Midnight" is a waltz-time beauty with a pianola's lilting menace. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'Sleepwalking After Midnight' by Wooden Wand

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An assist from Laura Marling helps transport Johnny Flynn's "The Water" into its own stratosphere. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Water (Featuring Laura Marling)

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Elizabeth LaPrelle sings "Black Is The Color." Hal Cannon hide caption

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Power In Simplicity In 'Black Is The Color'

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Clockwise from top: The Weepies, Justin Townes Earle and Andrew and Noah Van Norstrand are just a few of the artists featured in Folk Alley's mix. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Texas rock band Cadillac Sky performs at KUT in Austin, Texas. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Cadillac Sky: Beyond Bluegrass

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Highlights From The 2010 Newport Folk Festival

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The Felice Brothers: Newport Folk 2010

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