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OK Go Fights For Its Viral Video

OK Go's Damian Kulash talks about the elaborate video for his band's song "This Too Shall Pass."

OK Go Fights For Its Viral Video

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Omara Portuondo

The Cuban singer performs two boleros, which transport the listener to another time and place.

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Laura Veirs

The singer treated the NPR Music offices to three songs that invited us into her warm musical world.

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Alec Ounsworth

The singer-songwriter performs music from Mo' Beauty, accompanied only by two guitars.

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Abaji

With roots in Greece, Turkey, Armenia and France, Abaji has a passion for music from many countries.

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Edmar Castaneda

The harpist crafts a transporting mix of tradition and improvisation in this desk-side performance.