See Bonneville stomp his cowboy boots on a piece of wood and tell his rough-and-tumble stories.
The married rock duo visits the BPP to play from their new album, Re-Arrange Us.
The English-Irish singer stops by the 'BPP' to play one of her arresting pop songs.
Langhorne Slim brings his country-punk sound to Bryant Park, one of Midtown's beloved green spaces.
The band performs three songs from its Sgt. Pepper's-influenced second album at NPR.
Balla Tounkara, a kora player from Mali, is one of the city's newest official underground musicians.
Death Cab for Cutie stopped by to chat and rock out at the Bryant Park Project studios.
Singer-songwriter Langhorne Slim discusses his self-titled album and performs several songs.
The teen pop trio Smoosh plays "Dark Shine," part of their cubicle concert.
Watch Smoosh perform an acoustic version of a new song — live in a cubicle at NPR.