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The Wild Reeds perform at the 2017 Newport Folk Festival. Adam Kissick for NPR hide caption

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The Wild Reeds, Live In Concert: Newport Folk 2017

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Shovels & Rope performs at the 2017 Newport Folk Festival. Adam Kissick for NPR hide caption

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Shovels & Rope, Live In Concert: Newport Folk 2017

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Stephen Stills and Judy Collins' Everybody Knows comes out Sept. 22. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Stephen Stills & Judy Collins, 'Everybody Knows'

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Mike Katz and Alasdair White of Battlefield Band, whose music is included in this week's show. John Slavin/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Thistle & Shamrock: Best Of The Best

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Offa Rex, a new group composed of The Decemberists and Olivia Chaney (center), reimagines traditional English folk music on The Queen Of Hearts. Shervin Lainez/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Offa Rex's Olivia Chaney On The 'Dreamlike Nostalgia' Of English Folk

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The New York-based sibling duo The Lords of Liechtenstein. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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Lords of Liechtenstein on Mountain Stage

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