Infectious Pop From Peter Bjorn & John

Peter Bjorn and John are a Swedish pop trio making insanely catchy music, with bouncing rhythms and whistled melodies. The group is currently on tour with the electro-pop band Fujiya and Miyagi and Au Revoir Simone. Hear all three bands recorded live in concert from the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C.

Peter Björn and John

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The Frames Give Epic Performance

Enormously popular in their home country of Ireland, The Frames make intimate, reflective rock led by singer/guitarist Glen Hansard. Now on tour for their sixth and best studio album to date, The Cost, The Frames visit Washington, D.C. for a concert, originally webcast live on NPR.org Apr. 26.

The Frames in Concert on All Songs Considered - 04/26/2007

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Low performing at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C. Joel Didriksen for kingpinphoto.com hide caption

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Low With Loney, Dear In Concert

The music of Low is dark and mysteriously haunting with a sonic depth that radiates well beyond its brooding, spare arrangements. The band showcases its new album, Drums and Guns in a full concert, with the opening act Loney, Dear, from Washington, D.C.

Low in Concert on All Songs Considered

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Lily Allen in Concert with The Bird and The Bee

Lily Allen is Britain's most addictive pop artist with dizzying melodies and lyrics that are as comical as they are biting. Now on tour for her multi-million selling album Alright, Still, Allen performs at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C. in a full concert, originally webcast live on NPR.org.

Iggy Pop and the Stooges in Concert

Forty years after the band first formed in Ann Arbor, MI, The Stooges and their inexhaustibly explosive frontman Iggy Pop have returned with a new album. The Weirdness is the group's first new material since 1973's Raw Power. Reunited and back on tour, The Stooges visit Washington, D.C. for a full concert, originally webcast live on NPR.org.

Ted Leo and the Pharmacists in Concert

Ted Leo first emerged on the hardcore scene of the late 1980s in the bands Citizen's Arrest, Animal Crackers and Chisel. He's since become one of the most innovative and important figures in the east coast rock scene. Hear Ted Leo and The Pharmacists recorded live in concert.

Crazy Cool: Nellie McKay in Concert

Nellie McKay is a singer-songwriter known for her distinctive mix of jazz vocals and torch singing with cabaret pop, rock and a rap-inspired rants. Hear McKay in a full concert recorded live from Alexandria, VA.

Hear Nellie McKay in Concert

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Explosions In The Sky In Concert

Instrumental rock group Explosions in the Sky, electronic artist Eluvium and avant-garde noise-pop band The Paper Chase meet in the nation's capital for a night of music, recorded live from the 9:30 Club.

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The Good, The Bad & The Queen, Live In Concert

The Good, The Bad & The Queen features Blur frontman Damon Albarn, The Clash bassist Paul Simonon, Afrobeat pioneer and drummer Tony Allen, and former Verve guitarist Simon Tong.

The Good, The Bad & The Queen, Live In Concert

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Arcade Fire In Concert

Hear Arcade Fire live in concert from New York's Judson Memorial Church during their Neon Bible period in 2007.

Arcade Fire In Concert

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