Exuding both musical and personal warmth, the Irish singer mesmerized at the NPR Music offices.
The jazz star and his band perform two songs from their album State of Art at the NPR Music offices.
The classical violinist blends Bach and Charles Ives with flair, then tops it off with a fedora.
Armed with tiny amps and a ton of grace, Wilco plays new songs and an old favorite at the Tiny Desk.
The Michigan native's deliberately paced music is too rustic and pretty to be a true downer.
The upstart band brings youthful, infectious energy to the NPR Music offices.
Of course, the power-punk duo took off their shirts at the NPR Music offices, because why not?
These songs showcase a band with tremendous narrative gifts and a flair for subtle beauty.
The band's performance in the NPR Music offices creates a vibe of ragged, awkward intimacy.
Trombone Shorty at the NPR Music office.
The New Orleans native achieved stardom with his voice and his horn. But he just wants you to dance.