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American Roots & Branches

Joshua Radin

Joshua Radin

Ever since his song “Winter” found its way onto the hit television show Scrubs in 2004, Joshua Radin has been performing and recording his tales of love’s rapid beginnings and swift endings – and all that fits between – as heard on his latest release “The Fall.”  

Marc Broussard

Marc Broussard

Marc Broussard performs his distinctive mix of soul, blues, R&B, rock, and pop, and Southern roots music in support of his new recording “Easy to Love.”  

Noam Pikelny and Stuart Duncan

Noam Pikelny and Stuart Duncan

Two of the day’s foremost bluegrass players – Noam Pikelny (of the Punch Brothers) on banjo and Stuart Duncan (Nashville Bluegrass Band, Lyle Lovett Band) on fiddle perform a concert of breakdowns, jigs, waltzes, original songs and more displaying the wide range of possibilities of these two folk instruments in the hands of two virtuosos.  […]

Cyrille Aimee

Cyrille Aimee

Cyrille Aimée has ventured from singing on street corners in Europe to dazzling audiences at some of the world’s most prestigious jazz festivals and concert halls and to become the fastest rising star in today’s galaxy of jazz singers. WATCH CYRILLE AIMEE  

Rufus Wainwright

Rufus Wainwright

Rufus Wainwright, whose singular artistry encompasses the worlds of rock, opera, theater, dance and film, performs a solo concert featuring music from his entire songbook that has established him as one of the most celebrated and original voices of his generation.  Lucy Wainwright Roche will open the concert. WATCH RUFUS WAINWRIGHT  

James Carter Organ Trio

James Carter Organ Trio

James Carter, one of jazz’s most soulful saxophonists, performs with Gerard Gibbs on organ and Alex White on drums for an evening of blues-drenched improvisational music in celebration of their new recording. WATCH JAMES CARTER ORGAN TRIO  

Karla Bonoff

Karla Bonoff

Karla Bonoff‘s compositions dominated the pop charts in the 1970s, and she her own stirring versions of classics such as “I Can’t Hold On,” “Isn’t It Always Love,” “Lose Again,” and “Someone To Lay Down Beside Me” demonstrate how well they have stood the test of time. WATCH KARLA BONOFF