The Foreign Exchange - Laughing At Your Plans

Taken from the live acoustic CD/DVD release Dear Friends: An Evening With The Foreign Exchange, released June 28 2011 on +FE Music Recorded and filmed live at SoundPure Studios in Durham NC on February 20 2011

Phonte: Vocals - Nicolay: Acoustic guitar - Jeanne Jolly: Vocals - Sy Smith: vocals - Zo!: grand piano - Chris Boerner: Acoustic guitar - Kush El-Amin: Acoustic bass guitar - Tim Scott Jr.: Drums

Engineered by Jason Richmond

Mixed/Mastered by Chris Boerner

Video directed and edited by John Elliott Gray for Parallellogram -

Dom Flemons - Too Long (I've Been Gone)

Dom Flemons is the "American Songster," pulling from traditions of old-time folk music to create new sounds. "Too Long (I've Been Gone)" comes from the GRAMMY-winner's newest solo album "Prospect Hill," out now on the Music Maker label. Grab "Prospect Hill" today!

Jeanne Jolly - Long Way Home

Country Singer-Songwriter Jeanne Jolly performs her original song "The Hard Way" Live at the Lincoln Theatre in Raleigh, NC.

Directed by Mike Stipe Filmed/Edited by Mike Stipe & Teddy Denton

Audio Recorded by Jason Richmond (assisted by Brad Womack)

Mixed/Mastered by Chris Boerner

Jeanne Jolly - Vocals, Guitar Chris Boerner - Guitar, Vocals Allyn Love - Pedal Steel E. Scott Warren - Bass Nick Baglio - Drums, Vocals 

Kate and Keith recorded and performed a live show at Sound Pure Studios in Durham, NC.

Filmed By: Teddy Denton, Chris Charles, Mike Stipe Edited By: Teddy Denton & Mike Stipe

Engineered & Mixed By: Jason Richmond

GRAMMY®-Nominated orchestral arrangement by Jeremy Fox, featuring vocalist Kate McGarry and flugelhorn player Jared Hall. Nominated in the 57th Annual Grammy Awards for Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals. "All My Tomorrows" is written by Jimmy Van Heusen and Sammy Cahn. Video footage by Michael Stipe. Vocal engineered by Jason Richmond