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KCRW Presents: thenewno2KCRW

Dhani Harrison formed thenewno2 as an arts collective during a very dark period. With the passing of his father, George Harrison, and the September 11 attacks fresh in our collective consciousness, he needed a fresh direction to help bring some clarity to the swirling chaos of emotions. Channeling these complicated feelings, and with the support of some enduring friendships, Dhani has delivered thefearofmissingout, a layered and confident album that brings his individual voice to the fore. Joining KCRW for a very special session at Apogee's Berkeley Street Studio, thenewno2 gave a flawless performance to kick off a U.S. tour in support of the new album. Watch the entire session at KCRW.com.

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Watch Kevin Morby Perform 'Crybaby' Live In The Studio

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Michael Cerveris On Mountain Stage

For this performance, Mountain Stage lured the singer-songwriter away from his Tony Award-winning stint on Broadway and back to the stage in his native West Virginia.

Michael Cerveris on Mountain Stage

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Tiny Desk

Tigers Jaw

The duo strips down to acoustic guitar and keyboard for a strikingly intimate set, illuminating their close harmonies that tangle like garlands.

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