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Tiny Desk Concerts from NPR's All Songs Considered features your favorite musicians performing at Bob Boilen's desk in the NPR Music office. Watch videos from Passion Pit, The xx, Wilco, Adele, Phoenix, Tinariwen, tUnE-yArDs and many more.
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Indigo Sparke

Indigo Sparke

2020-02-2600:16:57

The Australian singer transforms the NPR Music offices with a voice that, at moments, comes as a whisper.
Jenny Lewis

Jenny Lewis

2020-02-24--:--:--

A consummate storyteller, going as far back to her days with her band Rilo Kiley, the words of Jenny Lewis comfort and inspire.
Chris Dave And The Drumhedz

Chris Dave And The Drumhedz

2020-02-24--:--:--

Chris Dave, your favorite musician's favorite drummer, takes listeners on a journey through a virtual record store, picking up different genres along the way and putting them in your bag.
Elisapie

Elisapie

2020-02-2400:17:221

The Canadian singer-songwriter gives a deep, soulful performance against a sometimes moody backdrop of bass saxophone and bowed guitars.
Snoh Aalegra

Snoh Aalegra

2020-02-18--:--:--3

The Iranian-Swedish singer draws her musical cues from Brandy and Sade while racking up a list of collaborators such as Vince Staples, James Fauntleroy and, most recently, Pharrell Williams.
Laura Stevenson

Laura Stevenson

2020-02-14--:--:--

Backed by a small string section, Stevenson performed three songs that sounded so gorgeous, an actual marriage proposal broke out shortly after her set ended.
Phil Elverum shares his open wounds — of death, love and the loss of love — in close harmonies, accompanied only by electric and nylon-string guitars.
Baby Rose

Baby Rose

2020-02-1000:18:122

At 25, she mixes the bluesy melisma of Nina Simone and the deep register of Sarah Vaughan — two of her influences — with songwriting as devastating as her delivery.
Jonathan Scales Fourchestra

Jonathan Scales Fourchestra

2020-02-0900:18:522

Here's a first: Steelpans at the Tiny Desk. It's true. Nearly a thousand performances into the series and the instrument has never been featured, until now.
Another Sky

Another Sky

2020-02-05--:--:--

The strength of this London band is matching message with music. There's intensity and clear intention in their use of rock as an art.
SiR

SiR

2020-02-04--:--:--3

The R&B singer from Inglewood, CA made his performance a family affair, dedicating it to his late godson, with his mother and older brother on backup vocals.
Rising Appalachia

Rising Appalachia

2020-02-0400:17:261

The Atlanta-based band came to NPR in a van packed with a bodhrán (Irish drum), an ngoni (West African harp) a huge gourd, a cello, a baritone guitar and more.
Jimmy Eat World

Jimmy Eat World

2020-01-29--:--:--

Jimmy Eat World showed up to the NPR Music office all smiles and no guitars. They borrowed a couple acoustics, a gong and a tambourine for a heartfelt set that included "The Middle."
Koffee

Koffee

2020-01-27--:--:--3

The fast-rising teenager from Jamaica just won a Grammy for Best Reggae Album, making her the first woman and youngest artist to ever win in the category.
J.S. Ondara

J.S. Ondara

2020-01-2700:19:28

After first trying to win our annual Tiny Desk Contest, the singer-songwriter from Nairobi decided to put out a record, got nominated for a Grammy and wound up here anyway.
Max Richter

Max Richter

2020-01-2300:17:295

The eclectic composer joins members of the ACME ensemble for some of his most affecting music, which moves the audience to tears.
Yola

Yola

2020-01-17--:--:--4

The singer who once sang backup for Massive Attack, Iggy Azalea and The Chemical Brothers, is front-and-center at the Tiny Desk.
Joyce DiDonato

Joyce DiDonato

2020-01-1500:20:27

Watch the celebrated opera star deconstruct old Italian love songs with her signature flair, backed by a crack jazz ensemble.
Jordan Rakei

Jordan Rakei

2020-01-1500:17:39

Despite some unexpected gear problems, the soulful R&B artist and his band locked-in and played a phenomenal set behind the Tiny Desk.
Brownout

Brownout

2020-01-10--:--:--

The Austin, Texas band brought old-school R&B horns, bongos and deep grooves to the Tiny Desk.
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Cynthia Reed

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Maurice Sawyers

Who?

Feb 18th
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meet greet

how does this piano being fully accousic play on its own, looking what he plays?

Nov 22nd
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Mike Cleaver

you passed too soon...

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Mike Cleaver

love it!!

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jennie white

simply amazing!!!!!! Lizzo is such a blessed light in this world!!!

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Shaun Murphy

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Samuel Eyok

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Well this is delightful and sweet.

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amazing!

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