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Gogol Bordello

The frenetic gypsy punk band performs the most rollicking and insane Tiny Desk Concert of all time.

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'Weird Al' Yankovic

The venerable, multimillion-selling pop parodist plays three acoustic originals in the NPR offices.

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The Mynabirds

Laura Burhenn's new band performs a soulful Tiny Desk Concert at the NPR Music offices.

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Zuill Bailey

Hear the acclaimed musician play Bach on his amazingly resonant cello, built in 1693.

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Bettye LaVette

The veteran soul singer blew into the NPR Music office and conquered it before she'd sung a note.

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Hear instantly recognizable hits such as "1901" and "Lisztomania," stripped down and reassembled.

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Tarrus Riley

The singer performs three harmony-drenched reggae songs with Dean Fraser and a guitarist.

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Moby And Kelli Scarr

Moby gives a live performance of his Project Song creation, "Gone to Sleep," at NPR's offices.

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Fredrik's lush harmonies are stripped to guitar, snare drum and maraca in this intimate performance.