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Listen Live

Hear a live concert every Friday at 12noon ET from WXPN and NPR Music
Broadcast live from the stage at World Cafe Live

Listen to the Concert Live on the Radio and Online at XPN.org/listen.

Scissor SistersThis Friday at noon, don't miss out on a free show with one of the best-known acts from the New York City club scene, Scissor Sisters. Their sound is drawn from disco, glam rock, and of coursethe alternative night life of the Big Apple--they've been growing a fan base since 2004 with their eponymous, sensual debut, and their latest is just as provocative.

Formed in 2001 by two friends from Kentucky, Jake Shears and Scott "Babydaddy" Hoffman, Scissor Sisters truly came into form with the addition of Ana "Ana Matronic" Lynch, a musician who ran a weekly cabaret event. The three started off as the Fibrillating Scissor Sisters, ' slowly cultivated a reputation for their unabashed beats and content, and soon were signed and releasing. In the few years since, they've added members, collaborated with the likes of Kylie Minogue and Elton John, contributed to numerous soundtracks, and released three full-lengths.

The latest from Scissor Sisters is called "Night Work", and is full of the beats and anthems that the group has come to be known for. Lively and extremely enjoyable, this release is just more evidence the Bono knew what he was talking about when in 2004 he described them as "the best pop group in the world at the moment".

This Live Friday is free, and sure to be full of excitement. Mark your calendars, and bring your friends! What better way to start the weekend?

Scissor Sisters play the Electric Factory Friday night at 8:30 with Sammy Jo!



Website: http://www.scissorsisters.com/
MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/scissorsisters
Recent Release: Night Work
Release Date: June 29, 2010
Label: Polydor
Origin: New York City, New York

A co-production of WXPN and NPR.org/music.
Made possible by support from XPN Members, and Comcast.

PARKING NOTICE and Directions

Due to the construction in the area, free parking is no longer available for XPN Free At Noon shows. Metered parking on 31st street is no longer available, and metered parking on Walnut Street is extremely limited as a result of the closure and reconstruction of the South Street Bridge, and the rerouting of traffic onto Walnut Street.

Public transportation to XPN Free At Noon is recommended. For more information on parking in the area visit World Cafe Live.

Find more information on directions and public transportation here.

Serving People in Need - Help Drive Hunger from Our Communities

When you come to XPN's Free At Noon Concerts, bring a can of food to support Philabundance, Delaware Valley's hunger relief organization. We have drop-off boxes to collect canned goods for the needy. Current priority items include: canned pasta, chili, beef stew, tuna, mac & cheese, ready to eat cereal, pork & beans/ baked beans, green beans, corn, fruit cocktail, creamy peanut butter and/ or grape jelly (plastic containers only), and boxed sugar. Thanks!

NPR
Bela Fleck The Wood Brothers Rosanne Cash Shawn Mullins

WXPN and NPR Music Live Friday Free At Noon Concert Archives Include:

Dr. Dog, Carrie Rodriguez, Annuals, DeVotchKa, Adele, Angel Taylor, Winterpills, Sharon Little, Ollabelle, Andrew Lipke, The Low Anthem, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, Sean Lennon, Chris Smith, California Guitar trio, Joan Osborne, Disco Biscuits, Damien Rice, Cold War Kids, Marc Broussard, The Slip, Arlo Guthrie, Alice Smith, The Dears, Barenaked Ladies, and more...

Visit our photo gallery of shots from Free At Noon Concerts!WXPN Free at Noon Photo Gallery at Flickr
Click to visit our gallery for photos of the Free At Noon Concerts! Previous concerts include Hall & Oates, O.A.R., Citizen Cope, Old Crow Medicine Show, Kaki King and many more!

Hear a live concert every Friday at 12noon ET from WXPN and NPR Music
Broadcast live from the stage at World Cafe Live

This event is Sold Out 08/20/2010

Listen to the Full Live Concert Live, Archived on NPR.org/music.

Ray Lamontagne and The Pariah Dogs Ray LaMontagne reached new heights with his third studio release in 2008, "Gossip in the Grain," and the album solidified the musician as a great musician, and a worldwide phenomenon. Reaching #3 on the charts, Ray also performed on SNL. His fans across the world are hotly waiting for his new release of "God Willin' & The Creek Don't Rise,"on August 17. This country tinged album, His new CD was recorded - with his band, The Pariah Dogs - complete with banjo and slide guitar in LaMontagne's woodsey home in Massachusetts.

Ray LaMontagne and The Pariah Dogs, will perform live on August 13 as part of WXPN's and NPR's Live Friday Free At Noon Concert Series. The new album can be heard on NPR.org/music, in its entirety, until its official release on August 17.

Ray LaMontagne plays with David Gray at the Susquehanna Bank Center, Friday night, August 13.

Come and experience Ray LaMontagne's stirring emotion, grit, and warmth as he performs WXPN's Live Friday Free At Noon concert, only at the World Cafe Live on Friday at 12noon ET. Hear it on your radio, or at XPN.org/listen, or join as at World Cafe Live.

Listen to the Full Live Concert Live, Archived on NPR.org/music.

Free At Noon Setlist
1. For the Summer
2. New York City’s Killing Me
3. Beg Steal or Borrow
4. This Love Is Over
5. Like Rock & Roll and Radio
6. Old Before Your Time
7. Trouble
8. Repo Man


Live Friday Free At Noon Concert Archives

Check out the archives, listen to the concerts. Visit NPR.org/Music to hear this concert.

Website: http://www.raylamontagne.com/
MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/raylamontagne
Recent Release: God Willin' & The Creek Don't Rise
Release Date: August 17, 2010
Label: RCA
Origin: Nashua, New Hampshire

A co-production of WXPN and NPR.org/music.
Made possible by support from XPN Members, and Comcast.

PARKING NOTICE and Directions

Due to the construction in the area, free parking is no longer available for XPN Free At Noon shows. Metered parking on 31st street is no longer available, and metered parking on Walnut Street is extremely limited as a result of the closure and reconstruction of the South Street Bridge, and the rerouting of traffic onto Walnut Street.

Public transportation to XPN Free At Noon is recommended. For more information on parking in the area visit World Cafe Live.

Find more information on directions and public transportation here.

Serving People in Need - Help Drive Hunger from Our Communities

When you come to XPN's Free At Noon Concerts, bring a can of food to support Philabundance, Delaware Valley's hunger relief organization. We have drop-off boxes to collect canned goods for the needy. Current priority items include: canned pasta, chili, beef stew, tuna, mac & cheese, ready to eat cereal, pork & beans/ baked beans, green beans, corn, fruit cocktail, creamy peanut butter and/ or grape jelly (plastic containers only), and boxed sugar. Thanks!

NPR
Bela Fleck The Wood Brothers Rosanne Cash Shawn Mullins

WXPN and NPR Music Live Friday Free At Noon Concert Archives Include:

Dr. Dog, Carrie Rodriguez, Annuals, DeVotchKa, Adele, Angel Taylor, Winterpills, Sharon Little, Ollabelle, Andrew Lipke, The Low Anthem, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, Sean Lennon, Chris Smith, California Guitar trio, Joan Osborne, Disco Biscuits, Damien Rice, Cold War Kids, Marc Broussard, The Slip, Arlo Guthrie, Alice Smith, The Dears, Barenaked Ladies, and more...

Visit our photo gallery of shots from Free At Noon Concerts!WXPN Free at Noon Photo Gallery at Flickr
Click to visit our gallery for photos of the Free At Noon Concerts! Previous concerts include Hall & Oates, O.A.R., Citizen Cope, Old Crow Medicine Show, Kaki King and many more!

An Indie Rock Double-Header Session
August 13 with
Ra Ra Riot and Murder By Death!

Hear a live concert every Friday at 12noon ET from WXPN and NPR Music
Broadcast live from the stage at World Cafe Live



Ra Ra Riot

One of the most interesting indie bands around, Ra Ra Riot is not to be missed.

Indie rock band Ra Ra Riot joins us for the next Free At Noon. Playing songs off their upcoming album, The Orchard, along with other fan-favorites, Ra Ra Riot is sure to impress with their unique variety of indie rock. With a cellist and violinist featured as core members of the band, Ra Ra Riot combine their indie rock background with haunting classical aesthetics, resulting in a very dramatic, affecting song output. Such unconventional instrumentation, when coupled with the band’s knack for exultant rhythms and melodies, makes for an all-at-once intimate, grand sound. With songs steeped in a variety of different genres, from ‘80s pop to breezy rock, Ra Ra Riot possess the pop sensibilities of such greats as the Shins and Vampire Weekend. One of the most interesting indie bands around, Ra Ra Riot is certainly not to be missed.

Website: rarariot.com/
MySpace: myspace.com/rarariot
Facebook:facebook.com/rarariot
Twitter: twitter.com/RARARIOT
Recent Release: The Orchard
Release Date: August 24, 2010
Label: Barsuk Records
Band Origin: Syracuse, NY

Murder By Death Join WXPN at noon on Friday, August 13, when the Indie Rock band, Murder by Death play songs off their new album, Good Morning, Magpie.

Formed in 2000 in Bloomington, Indiana, Murder by Death play a unique brand of music that highlights Gothic themes, Americana, and traditional rock and roll. With their crunching guitars and pulsating electric cello, Murder by Death have successfully bridged the gap between raucous, energetic rock music and softer, more low-key, country. Murder by Death have gained fame not only for their musical offerings, but also for their lyrical matter. With many songs touching on dark, ghastly themes – from zombies to the Devil – it is no wonder Murder by Death are seen as one of the most magnificently morbid bands of today.

On Good Morning, Magpie, Murder by Death have crafted their first non-concept album, although there are still plenty of detailed narratives threading the record. A sprawling, ambitious work, "Good Morning, Magpie" makes good on Murder by Death’s ability to heighten suspense in their music, and bring the listener into their darkly-crafted dream world. You can practically see the barren, haunted towns and dense, dark woods that serve as the backdrop to Murder by Death's unforgettable storylines. Far more than a Halloween-tinged gimmick band, Murder by Death weave these storylines into their tightly arranged blend of country-inspired instrumentation. As the cello tragically entwines the thump of the drum with the buzz of the guitar, it is near impossible to not be enchanted by Murder by Death. With affecting plotlines and superb musicianship, Murder by Death show once again that indeed they are a force to be reckoned with.

Website: murderbydeath.com/
MySpace: myspace.com/murderbydeath
Recent Release: Good Morning, Magpie
Release Date: April 6, 2010
Label: Vagrant Records
Origin: Bloomington, Indiana

A co-production of WXPN and NPR.org/music.
Made possible by support from XPN Members, and Comcast.

PARKING NOTICE and Directions

Due to the construction in the area, free parking is no longer available for XPN Free At Noon shows. Metered parking on 31st street is no longer available, and metered parking on Walnut Street is extremely limited as a result of the closure and reconstruction of the South Street Bridge, and the rerouting of traffic onto Walnut Street.

Public transportation to XPN Free At Noon is recommended. For more information on parking in the area visit World Cafe Live.

Find more information on directions and public transportation here.

Serving People in Need - Help Drive Hunger from Our Communities

When you come to XPN's Free At Noon Concerts, bring a can of food to support Philabundance, Delaware Valley's hunger relief organization. We have drop-off boxes to collect canned goods for the needy. Current priority items include: canned pasta, chili, beef stew, tuna, mac & cheese, ready to eat cereal, pork & beans/ baked beans, green beans, corn, fruit cocktail, creamy peanut butter and/ or grape jelly (plastic containers only), and boxed sugar. Thanks!

NPR
Bela Fleck The Wood Brothers Rosanne Cash Shawn Mullins

WXPN and NPR Music Live Friday Free At Noon Concert Archives Include:

Dr. Dog, Carrie Rodriguez, Annuals, DeVotchKa, Adele, Angel Taylor, Winterpills, Sharon Little, Ollabelle, Andrew Lipke, The Low Anthem, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, Sean Lennon, Chris Smith, California Guitar trio, Joan Osborne, Disco Biscuits, Damien Rice, Cold War Kids, Marc Broussard, The Slip, Arlo Guthrie, Alice Smith, The Dears, Barenaked Ladies, and more...

Visit our photo gallery of shots from Free At Noon Concerts!WXPN Free at Noon Photo Gallery at Flickr
Click to visit our gallery for photos of the Free At Noon Concerts! Previous concerts include Hall & Oates, O.A.R., Citizen Cope, Old Crow Medicine Show, Kaki King and many more!

Hear a live concert every Friday at 12noon ET from WXPN and NPR Music
Broadcast live from the stage at World Cafe Live

Ike Reilly Born in the small town of Libertyville, Illinois, Reilly began his music career in the late '80s, securing gigs in Chicago with The Drovers, The Eisenhowers, and Community 9. His eclectic tastes were evident from the beginning of his career--from Celtic to punk rock to mixtures of blues and R&B, he had touched on a bit of everything. By the early '90s, Reilly was retired and working odd jobs, including as a doorman and a cemetery worker. In 2001, Reilly returned with a thrilling debut band album Salesman and Racists. His gritty voice and honest yet provocative lyrics helped propel the album to positive reviews.

In 2003, Reilly and his band assumed the name the Ike Reilly Assassination and released two albums in subsequent years: Sparkle in the Finish (2004) and Junkie Faithful (2005). His fourth, the politically charged "We Belong To The Staggering Evening", came out in 2007, and was followed by the like-minded collection of street poetry taken from numerous demos,"Poison The Hit Parade" in 2008. Sprinkled in between the albums are a number of strong EPs, some just digital.

Reilly's latest, "Hard Luck Stories," is full of his characteristic rough rock and honest vocals. His songs are Bohemian poetry, putting tales of hard luck into song. As PopMatters reviewed the release, "...it’s a very strong piece of work, filled with good yarns and catchy tunes."

Don't miss this free performance of Ike Reilly's this coming Friday, when he comes on stage for a Free at Noon show.

Website: http://www.ikereilly.net/
MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/ikereilly
Recent Release: Hard Luck Stories
Release Date: November 24, 2009
Label: Rock Ridge Music
Origin: Chicago, Illinois

A co-production of WXPN and NPR.org/music.
Made possible by support from XPN Members, and Comcast.

PARKING NOTICE and Directions

Due to the construction in the area, free parking is no longer available for XPN Free At Noon shows. Metered parking on 31st street is no longer available, and metered parking on Walnut Street is extremely limited as a result of the closure and reconstruction of the South Street Bridge, and the rerouting of traffic onto Walnut Street.

Public transportation to XPN Free At Noon is recommended. For more information on parking in the area visit World Cafe Live.

Find more information on directions and public transportation here.

Serving People in Need - Help Drive Hunger from Our Communities

When you come to XPN's Free At Noon Concerts, bring a can of food to support Philabundance, Delaware Valley's hunger relief organization. We have drop-off boxes to collect canned goods for the needy. Current priority items include: canned pasta, chili, beef stew, tuna, mac & cheese, ready to eat cereal, pork & beans/ baked beans, green beans, corn, fruit cocktail, creamy peanut butter and/ or grape jelly (plastic containers only), and boxed sugar. Thanks!

NPR
Bela Fleck The Wood Brothers Rosanne Cash Shawn Mullins

WXPN and NPR Music Live Friday Free At Noon Concert Archives Include:

Dr. Dog, Carrie Rodriguez, Annuals, DeVotchKa, Adele, Angel Taylor, Winterpills, Sharon Little, Ollabelle, Andrew Lipke, The Low Anthem, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, Sean Lennon, Chris Smith, California Guitar trio, Joan Osborne, Disco Biscuits, Damien Rice, Cold War Kids, Marc Broussard, The Slip, Arlo Guthrie, Alice Smith, The Dears, Barenaked Ladies, and more...

Visit our photo gallery of shots from Free At Noon Concerts!WXPN Free at Noon Photo Gallery at Flickr
Click to visit our gallery for photos of the Free At Noon Concerts! Previous concerts include Hall & Oates, O.A.R., Citizen Cope, Old Crow Medicine Show, Kaki King and many more!

Hear a live concert every Friday at 12noon ET from WXPN and NPR Music
Broadcast live from the stage at World Cafe Live

Jesca Hoop photo by Laura Guy A notable endorsement from Tom Waits, who describes Jesca's music "like going swimming in a lake at night"

Born and raised in California, Jesca Hoop plays a style of folk that encompasses aspects of experimental music and rock, with wordplay that calls to mind images of the Beat Poets of the 1950's. Hoop's second album, 2009's Hunting My Dress, has received significant critical acclaim since its release. Aside from her sound, Jesca Hoop’s rise to prominence is perhaps one of the most remarkable stories of today: As a nanny for Tom Waits' children, she gained her musical understanding, with Waits himself serving as her mentor. Now, after being tutored by Waits – who has described her sound as "...like going swimming in a lake at night" - Hoop has crafted a sound full of gorgeous harmonies, enchanting melodies, and extremely poetic lyricism. With such an extraordinary sound, as well as Tom Waits' endorsement, it seems to be only a matter of time before the world knows the beauty of Jesca Hoop.

Jesca has toured - both in the U.K. and in the U.S. - with Mark Knopfler, the Polyphonic Spree, Elbow, and Greg Laswel.



Free At Noon Setlist
1. Murder of Birds
2. Whispering Light
3. Four Dreams
4. The Kingdom
5. Phonograph
6. Angel Mom
7. Hunting My Dress


Live Friday Free At Noon Concert Archives

Check out the archives, listen to the concerts. Visit NPR Music to hear this concert.

Website: JescaHoop.com/
MySpace: Myspace.com/jescahoop
Recent Release: Hunting My Dress
Release Date: July 27, 2010
Label: Vanguard
Origin: California
Reviews: Guardian.co.uk | BlogCritics.org

A co-production of WXPN and NPR.org/music.
Made possible by support from XPN Members, and Comcast.

PARKING NOTICE and Directions

Due to the construction in the area, free parking is no longer available for XPN Free At Noon shows. Metered parking on 31st street is no longer available, and metered parking on Walnut Street is extremely limited as a result of the closure and reconstruction of the South Street Bridge, and the rerouting of traffic onto Walnut Street.

Public transportation to XPN Free At Noon is recommended. For more information on parking in the area visit World Cafe Live.

Find more information on directions and public transportation here.

Serving People in Need - Help Drive Hunger from Our Communities

When you come to XPN's Free At Noon Concerts, bring a can of food to support Philabundance, Delaware Valley's hunger relief organization. We have drop-off boxes to collect canned goods for the needy. Current priority items include: canned pasta, chili, beef stew, tuna, mac & cheese, ready to eat cereal, pork & beans/ baked beans, green beans, corn, fruit cocktail, creamy peanut butter and/ or grape jelly (plastic containers only), and boxed sugar. Thanks!

NPR
Bela Fleck The Wood Brothers Rosanne Cash Shawn Mullins

WXPN and NPR Music Live Friday Free At Noon Concert Archives Include:

Dr. Dog, Carrie Rodriguez, Annuals, DeVotchKa, Adele, Angel Taylor, Winterpills, Sharon Little, Ollabelle, Andrew Lipke, The Low Anthem, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, Sean Lennon, Chris Smith, California Guitar trio, Joan Osborne, Disco Biscuits, Damien Rice, Cold War Kids, Marc Broussard, The Slip, Arlo Guthrie, Alice Smith, The Dears, Barenaked Ladies, and more...

Visit our photo gallery of shots from Free At Noon Concerts!WXPN Free at Noon Photo Gallery at Flickr
Click to visit our gallery for photos of the Free At Noon Concerts! Previous concerts include Hall & Oates, O.A.R., Citizen Cope, Old Crow Medicine Show, Kaki King and many more!

Relive the 2010 XPoNential Music Festival at Wiggins Park, Camden, N.J. with performances by Alejandro Escovedo, Dr. Dog, Bobby Long and more!

Watch Radio Video with 2010 Festival Highlights

Join WXPN's General Manager Roger LaMay as he recaps last summer's 2010 XPoNential Music Festival presented by Subaru.

2010 XPoNential Music Festival Photo Galleries

Highlights - XPoNential Music Festival

Dr. Dog

Dr. Dog

Checkout this psych-pop five-piece Dr. Dog a Philadelphia favorite.

Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic ZerosEdward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros

Hear the group's organic, folk-revivalist sound masterfully evoke the aesthetics of the late 70s with a dreamscape of layered instrumentation and time-transcendent imagery.

Robert Randolph and the Family BandRobert Randolph and the Family Band

Listen to their musical style of funk, soul and rock.

Ben VaughnBen Vaughn

Checkout this jack-of-all-trades with nearly 30 years of experience as a successful recording artist.

The Felice BrothersThe Felice Brothers

Checkout The Felice Brothers bring their own rough and tumble love of American roots music to the mix including gospel and blues.

Hear a live concert every Friday at 12noon ET from WXPN and NPR Music
Broadcast live from the stage at World Cafe Live

This Show is Sold Out - Listen to the Concert Live
on the Radio and Online at XPN.org/listen.

Crowded House As a teenager growing up in the bustling New Zealand rock scene, Neil Finn idolized his older brother's band, Split Enz, and only wished for a chance to join. In 1977, at the tender age of 19, Finn (vocals, guitar, piano) got his wish and was thrown into the touring inferno of New Zealand's primary force in the New Wave rock scene. However, after seven years of success, Finn and fellow Split Enz member Paul Hester (drums) decided that they wanted to start a "3 piece band that could fit into one rental car." Bassist Nick Seymour teamed up with Finn and Hester to form the group "Crowded House", named after the close living quarters which the group shared upon their move into Los Angeles.

Crowded House immedietly gained a loyal fanbase in Australia and New Zealand because of their Split Enz days, but had difficulty getting their name out within the States. This all changed once the group released their hit single "Don't Dream It's Over." The song became an international hit, and reached #2 on the April, 1987 Hot 100 list in the United States. Crowded House capped of their big year by winning the 1987 MTV Video Music Award for Best New Artist. While 1987 may have been the height of commercial success for Crowded House, the band did go on to release three more pop-rock classics, each reaching most of it's popularity in Austrailia, before an eventual break-up in 1996.

For 10 years Neil Finn and Nick Seymour embarked on different projects until tragedy brought them back together. Orginal band member and longtime friend Paul Hester committed suicide 2005, leading the remaining members of Crowded House to reconnect. What resulted was a band reuinion and two new albums. In 2007 "Time On Earth" was released and warmly recieved as a classic Crowded House album, full of "deeply personal pop songs and deceptively tricky melodies", according to Pitchfork Magazine. The group was clearly excited to be back on the Crowded House train, and just two years later released 2009's "Intriguer." The new album has been heralded as one of the group's best, and more of a full-band effort than "Time On Earth", which reveals that the group may be fully adjusted to their new lineup.

Don't miss this opportunity to see these pop-rock veeterans perform live and in person at the World Cafe this Friday, free at noon!

Free At Noon Setlist
Set List: 1. Fall At Your Feet
2. Amsterdam
3. Twice If You’re Lucky
4. Elephants
5. Saturday Sun
6. Locked Out
7. Either Side of the World
8. Distant Sun

Live Friday Free At Noon Concert Archives

Check out the archives, listen to the concerts. Visit NPR Music to hear this concert.

Website: http://www.crowdedhouse.com/
MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/crowdedhouse
Recent Release: Intriguer
Release Date: June 13, 2010
Label: Universal
Origin: Melbourne, Australia

A co-production of WXPN and NPR.org/music.
Made possible by support from XPN Members, and Comcast.

PARKING NOTICE and Directions

Due to the construction in the area, free parking is no longer available for XPN Free At Noon shows. Metered parking on 31st street is no longer available, and metered parking on Walnut Street is extremely limited as a result of the closure and reconstruction of the South Street Bridge, and the rerouting of traffic onto Walnut Street.

Public transportation to XPN Free At Noon is recommended. For more information on parking in the area visit World Cafe Live.

Find more information on directions and public transportation here.

Serving People in Need - Help Drive Hunger from Our Communities

When you come to XPN's Free At Noon Concerts, bring a can of food to support Philabundance, Delaware Valley's hunger relief organization. We have drop-off boxes to collect canned goods for the needy. Current priority items include: canned pasta, chili, beef stew, tuna, mac & cheese, ready to eat cereal, pork & beans/ baked beans, green beans, corn, fruit cocktail, creamy peanut butter and/ or grape jelly (plastic containers only), and boxed sugar. Thanks!

NPR
Bela Fleck The Wood Brothers Rosanne Cash Shawn Mullins

WXPN and NPR Music Live Friday Free At Noon Concert Archives Include:

Dr. Dog, Carrie Rodriguez, Annuals, DeVotchKa, Adele, Angel Taylor, Winterpills, Sharon Little, Ollabelle, Andrew Lipke, The Low Anthem, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, Sean Lennon, Chris Smith, California Guitar trio, Joan Osborne, Disco Biscuits, Damien Rice, Cold War Kids, Marc Broussard, The Slip, Arlo Guthrie, Alice Smith, The Dears, Barenaked Ladies, and more...

Visit our photo gallery of shots from Free At Noon Concerts!WXPN Free at Noon Photo Gallery at Flickr
Click to visit our gallery for photos of the Free At Noon Concerts! Previous concerts include Hall & Oates, O.A.R., Citizen Cope, Old Crow Medicine Show, Kaki King and many more!

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