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Ray Bonneville: True-to-Life Troubadour

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Bonneville's songs are full of characters who stumble their way through a rough-and-tumble world of violence, hope, and despair. In four videos from Folk Alley, Bonneville stomps his cowboy boots on a piece of wood and tells his stories.

Ray Bonneville in Studio on Folk Alley

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Bryant Park Project Video

Mates of State 'Re-Arrange Us,' to Excellent Effect

In the past eight years, Kori Gardner and Jason Hammel have made five albums, married and had two children. The pair, who record as Mates of State, stop by the Bryant Park Project studios to play from their new album, Re-Arrange Us.

Mates of State 'Re-Arrange Us,' to Excellent Effect

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Bryant Park Project Video

Haunting Brit Kate Nash Rocks 'BPP' Jukebox

The English-Irish singer-songwriter stopped by the Bryant Park Project studios to play "Skeleton Song," one of the arresting pop songs off her debut album, Made of Bricks.

Haunting Brit Kate Nash Rocks 'BPP' Jukebox

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Langhorne Slim Rocks Midtown Park

Singer-songwriter Langhorne Slim brings his country-punk sound to Manhattan. With help from the BPP, he and his band got permission to perform "Honey Pie" live in Bryant Park, one of Midtown's most beloved green spaces.

Langhorne Slim Rocks Midtown Park

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Video Sessions

Panic at the Disco: Still 'Odd,' Sans Guyliner

When Panic at the Disco released its debut CD, its members hadn't yet graduated from high school. Three years later, Pretty. Odd marks the band's massive change from heart-on-sleeve emo-punk songs to Sgt. Pepper's-style rock. The group performs stripped-down songs in NPR's Studio 4A.

Panic at the Disco: Still 'Odd,' Sans Guyliner

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Driveway Moments

Meet NYC's Newly Crowned Subway Busker

Balla Tounkara, a kora player from Mali, is the winner of the Bryant Park Project's NYC Subway Busker Poll and one of the city's newest official underground musicians.

Meet NYC's Newly Crowned Subway Busker

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Video Sessions

Death Cab for Cutie Lets the Meter Run

Death Cab for Cutie stopped by to chat and rock out at the Bryant Park Project studios, where they played a few classics and "I Will Possess Your Heart," a riveting song from their new album, Narrow Stairs.

Death Cab for Cutie Lets the Meter Run

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Video Sessions

Country-Punk Langhorne Slim Rocks the 'BPP'

Langhorne Slim, born Sean Scolnick, is known as a country singer-songwriter with a punk sensibility. He visited the Bryant Park Project to discuss his self-titled album and to perform a couple of his songs.

Listen to Langhorne's full in studio interview & performance

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Music

Replay: Smoosh Lights Up 'Dark Shine'

The teen pop trio Smoosh play "Dark Shine," another cut from their Bryant Park Project cubicle concert.

Replay: Smoosh Lights Up 'Dark Shine'

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Sister Band Smoosh Rocks Kids-at-Work Day

The three Seattle sisters — ages 11, 14 and 16 — have opened for Pearl Jam, Death Cab for Cutie and Sleater-Kinney. This week, they performed an acoustic version of a new song in a cubicle at NPR. Watch video of the Smoosh mini-concert.

Sister Band Smoosh Rocks Kids-at-Work Day

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