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Tiny Desk Concert with Zac Sokolow (left), Frank Fairfield and Tom Marion. Emily Jan/NPR hide caption

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Frank Fairfield: Tiny Desk Concert

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Red Molly On Mountain Stage

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The Gibson Brothers On Mountain Stage

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Madisen Ward And The Mama Bear: Tiny Desk Concert

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Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear's debut album, Skeleton Crew, is out now. Danny Clinch/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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A Mother-Son Folk Duo Went 'From The Kitchen To David Letterman'

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Amy Helm, daughter of the great Levon Helm, will release her new album, Didn't It Rain, on July 24. Heidi Teuscher/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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01Rescue Me

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Ben Stonehill and his sons Lennox Lee Stonehill and Bob Stonehill, taken in New York, circa 1948. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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1,000 Songs From Holocaust Survivors Archived

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