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Red Carpet Concert: Nicole Church, ‘Howl’

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Watch Juneau songwriter Nicole Church play a new song during the Alaska Folk Festival.
A woman plays ukulele into a microphone, while accompanied by a man on a dobro and another gentleman on mandolin. American composer and lyricist Georgia Stitt performs "The Things That Are True" as Snow Children during the 2019 Alaska Folk Festival as part of KTOO Public Media's Red Carpet Concert series. The group included co-composer Bob Banghart on Mandolin and Eric Graves on dobro. (Photo by Annie Bartholomew/KTOO)

Red Carpet Concert: Snow Children, ‘The Things That Are True’

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Hear the artists behind the musical theater production "Snow Child" perform an original song inspired by Alaska writer Eowyn Ivey's book.

Red Carpet Concert: Sarah Hamilton, ‘Kauai’

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Hear Whitehorse multi-instrumentalist Sarah Hamilton share a new song about the Kauai Old Time Gathering.

Anchorage musician Quinn Christopherson wins NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest

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The Anchorage-based singer-songwriter is the winner of NPR's Tiny Desk Contest. He sat down with Alaska Public Media's Casey Grove to talk about his music and what comes next.

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