Lost In The Trees, In Concert Hear the band recorded live in concert from Washington, D.C.

Lost In The Trees, In Concert

Listen to Lost In The Trees In Concert

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  • This Dead Bird Is Beautiful
  • Garden
  • Walk Around The Lake
  • Tall Trees
  • All Alone In An Empty House
  • Icy River
  • Song For The Painter
  • Time Taunts Me
  • Fireplace
  • A Room Where Your Paintings Hang

Singer-songwriter Ari Picker heads the folk-pop outfit Lost In The Trees. His emotive lyrics and the group's orchestral instrumentation have a tendency to move people — be it in the form of toe-tapping or tears. You can hear the band tonight, March 28, in a full concert, webcast live on NPR Music. The performance, from Washington, D.C.'s Black Cat club, will begin at approximately 10:30 p.m. ET.

Lost In The Trees carved a special place in NPR Music's collective heart in 2010. The band's second effort, All Alone In An Empty House, earned a third-place ranking in Bob Boilen's favorite albums of the year. Our Tiny Desk Concert with them remains a highlight in the series — and if that performance is any indication of what's to come during our live stream of their March 28 concert, this show is definitely not to be missed.

We begin streaming live from the show at Black Cat in Washington, D.C. at 10:30 p.m. ET on Monday. We'll have a chat room open for discussion during the concert.