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.
Ring in Rosh Hashanah with three globe-trotting tunes from one of the world's greatest Jewish bands.
The pianist usually plays eight-foot Steinways. See what she does on an electronic keyboard.
Beirut performs worldly, inspired songs from its new album The Rip Tide at the NPR Music offices.
The Twin Cities singer is a pop genius, with creative ambition to match his considerable charm.
Rowe brings his booming voice and ever-louder acoustic-guitar set-ups to the NPR Music offices.
Watch the former Elefant frontman perform songs from his album Laura at the NPR Music offices.
Armed with the summer song of 2011, the band brings "Pumped Up Kicks" and more to NPR Music.
Diamond Mine's unassuming creators lose little of their charm and mystique in the NPR Music office.
Watch Matthew Houck play a stirring, road-ragged solo Tiny Desk Concert at the NPR Music offices.