Trombone Shorty at the NPR Music office.

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Trombone Shorty

The New Orleans native achieved stardom with his voice and his horn. But he just wants you to dance.

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The Klezmatics

Ring in Rosh Hashanah with three globe-trotting tunes from one of the world's greatest Jewish bands.

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Jenny Lin

The pianist usually plays eight-foot Steinways. See what she does on an electronic keyboard.

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Beirut performs worldly, inspired songs from its new album The Rip Tide at the NPR Music offices.

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Jeremy Messersmith

The Twin Cities singer is a pop genius, with creative ambition to match his considerable charm.

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Sean Rowe

Rowe brings his booming voice and ever-louder acoustic-guitar set-ups to the NPR Music offices.

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Diego Garcia

Watch the former Elefant frontman perform songs from his album Laura at the NPR Music offices.

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Foster The People

Armed with the summer song of 2011, the band brings "Pumped Up Kicks" and more to NPR Music.

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Watch Matthew Houck play a stirring, road-ragged solo Tiny Desk Concert at the NPR Music offices.