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Tiny Desk Concerts

  1. Rubblebucket: Tiny Desk Concert
    Even without its confetti cannon, the band brings a fun mix of brass and brash to the NPR offices. More....
  2. Daniel Lanois: Tiny Desk Concert
    The producer presides over an all-instrumental, free-form trio with drummer Brian Blade and bassist Jim Wilson. Lanois never says a word, but he sculpts some serious, hypnotic sounds. More....
  3. Trey Anastasio: Tiny Desk Concert
    The Phish star was in town to put on a huge show, but the songs here feel more personal than that. Watch Anastasio perform "Sleep Again," "Summer of '89" and "Backwards Down the Number Line." More....
  4. Tiny Desk Concert: HMSTR
    Watch our favorite hamsters Joni and Nash rip up the floors of the Tiny Desk and play their twee-as-all-get-out holiday pop-punk song, "Snow Day." You can't handle the cuteness. More....
  5. Lucinda Williams: Tiny Desk Concert
    She came to the desk a little unsure, and left singing "West Memphis" with intensity and passion. Williams has a voice like no other, and it shines in these intimate moments. More....
  6. Yusuf/Cat Stevens: Tiny Desk Concert
    Nearly 50 years after his first album, the singer-songwriter performs two new songs and two classics: "The First Cut Is the Deepest" and "Father and Son." More....
  7. St. Paul And The Broken Bones: Tiny Desk Concert
    The band's got heart and soul and flair, with a well-worn sound buoyed by strong, fresh songwriting. More....
  8. Dublin Guitar Quartet: Tiny Desk Concert
    It's amazing how satisfying Philip Glass' string quartet music sounds on four guitars. The interlocking parts are transparent and the music seems to breathe. More....
  9. Sam Amidon & Bill Frisell: Tiny Desk Concert
    Amidon weaves his compositions into traditional music, while Frisell adds atmospheric guitar. More....
  10. Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo: Tiny Desk Concert
    Benatar and Giraldo run through three of their classic songs: 1979's "We Live For Love," 1984's "We Belong" and, after a long and satisfying windup, 1981's "Promises In The Dark." More....
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