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Favorite Sessions

Michael Kiwanuka: How To 'Tell A Tale'

Watch the British singer perform "Tell Me a Tale" at The Current's studios in the Twin Cities.

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Front Row

Tori Amos

Amos re-imagines her gorgeous and groundbreaking catalog in this exclusive live concert broadcast.

Favorite Sessions

KCRW Presents: Milo Greene


Watch the rising L.A. folk-rock quintet perform a harmony-rich rendition of its song "1957."

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The Helio Sequence: A Song For 'October'

Watch the duo perform "October," the lead single from its first album in almost five years.

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Tiny Desk

Spirit Family Reunion

The group plays fiddle, banjo, guitar and washboard, all gathered around a single microphone.

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KCRW Presents: Los Lobos


Watch a 20th-anniversary performance of "Kiko and the Lavender Moon," performed live in the studio.

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Tiny Desk


It's one thing for 11 musicians to make a big sound, but what stands out is Antibalas' subtlety.

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Favorite Sessions

Cyrus Chestnut: Nobody Like 'The Nutman'


Watch one of jazz's most renowned pianists work magic throughout this three-song set at KPLU.

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Favorite Sessions

New Rap Royalty: Killer Mike, El-P, Mr. Mf'n eXquire & Despot


Watch some of today's most innovative rappers perform at KEXP in Seattle.

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Tiny Desk

Kat Edmonson

Hearing the 29-year-old singer makes it virtually impossible to do anything but stop and listen.