JR JR, 'Gone' (Live) Watch the band once known as Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. whistle through "Gone" at L.A.'s Sonos Studio.

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KCRW Presents: JR JRKCRW

JR JR started winning us over with its catchy pop songs five years ago, when the band went by the name Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. Now, the group is starting a fresh chapter with a new name, but that doesn't stop Josh Epstein and Daniel Zott from employing an old trick in their single "Gone" — that unmistakable whistle hook.

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  • "Gone"

Watch JR JR's full session for Morning Becomes Eclectic at KCRW.com.

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