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Project Song

Georgie James Builds 'Monument' In Two Days

The pop duo visits NPR for the Project Song challenge: Write and record a song in two days.

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Dirty Projectors Let Black Flag Fly

The Dirty Projectors remakes a classic record from the punk band Black Flag — from memory.

Dirty Projectors Let Black Flag Fly

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Stay Awhile with Blues Traveler

The musicians in Blues Traveler set down their bags and play a little.

Stay Awhile with Blues Traveler

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Rockin' Around the Dreidel

The musical duo Good for the Jews play live from their Hanukkah set.

Rockin' Around the Dreidel

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Sondre Lerche's Two Real Lives

Musician Sondre Lerche, of Phantom Punch and Dan in Real Life, plays live.

Sondre Lerche's Two Real Lives

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Whistling with Peter Bjorn and John

Peter Moran serves up a slice of the Swedish trio's catchy, catchy pop.

Whistling with Peter Bjorn and John

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The Sonorous Strings of the Erhu

Virtuoso soloist Ma Xiaohui finesses music out of a Chinese two-string instrument called the erhu.

Listen: Ma XiaoHui plays and chats with Robert Siegel

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Tegan and Sara's Walk in the 'Park'

The twin sisters of the Canadian acoustic pop play live from their newest release, The Con.

Listen: the Bryant Park interview

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Mark Olson Finds 'Salvation'

An original member of the Jayhawks performs music from his latest CD, Salvation Blues.

Mark Olson Finds 'Salvation'

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The Merry Sound of the Pipettes

The British pop trio performs live in the Bryant Park Project studios.

The Merry Sound of the Pipettes

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