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Meet Jane Monheit at HOME

Jane Monheit first caught my ear with her guest appearance on Terence Blanchard’s 2001 CD, “Let’s Get Lost.” She was only 24 when she laid down lush, lovely covers of “Too Young to Go Steady” and “I Can’t Give You Anything but Love.”

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Honoring Lady Day ... Bridgewater sings Holiday

Dee Dee Bridgewater is a jazz vocalist whose credits include multiple Grammys (Best Jazz Vocal Performance in 1996 — Love and Peace: A Tribute to Horace Smith and 1998 — Dear Ella, and Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocals — Dear Ella) and a Tony Award (Best Featured Actress in The Wiz - 1975).

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If I had a pony ... the art of Cassandra Wilson

Two-time Grammy winner Cassandra Wilson has a voice as smooth as velvet and she showcases it on “Silver Pony,” a new CD featuring studio and live performances from shows in Warsaw, Poland, and Seville and Granada, Spain.

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Justin Townes Earle: 60 days clean and feelin’ good

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Justin Townes Earle knows a thing or two about family traditions. He’s the son of musician Steve Earle and was named for his father’s best friend and mentor, the late Townes Van Zandt.

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Earl Klugh: Soft, sweet acoustic stylings from a jazz great

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Grammy-award winning guitarist Earl Klugh (pronounced Clue) credits his mother with starting him on a musical path, but it was Chet Atkins who helped him choose the instrument that would vault the Detroit native to superstar status.
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