Concerts Performances from today's top artists, filmed at venues and festivals across the country.

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Allen Stone

The soul singer demonstrated a commitment to the Tiny Desk that we rarely, if ever, see.

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Tarriona 'Tank' Ball (Home) Concert

"Don't go out to the cookout." The leader of Tank and the Bangas spreads pure joy from her living room in New Orleans.

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Margo Price Performs A Tiny Desk Concert From Her Attic

One of Nashville's most talented couples took to their attic for a three-song set, including an unrecorded song that speaks to what so many of us our feeling right now.

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Soccer Mommy Kicks Off Tiny Desk's Home Concert Series

The New Normal includes some Tiny Desk concerts without the Tiny Desk. Sophie Allison, aka Soccer Mommy, performed a short set while quarantining in her Nashville home during the coronavirus crisis.

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The Black Crowes

Chris and Rich Robinson revisit songs from their debut album, Shake Your Money Maker.

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Arthur Moon

The New York band (yes, band) is reminiscent of Talking Heads, Laurie Anderson and Dirty Projectors. Watch the five-piece play three songs at the Tiny Desk.

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Glen Phillips On Mountain Stage

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Singer and songwriter Glen Phillips stops by Mountain Stage to share songs from his latest record, Swallowed By The New.

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Rex Orange County

Watch the low-key British pop star perform "Sunflower," "Loving Is Easy" and more at the Tiny Desk.

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Harry Styles

The former One Direction singer gave a charming performance of "Watermelon Sugar," "Adore You" and other cuts from his latest album, Fine Line.

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Chika

The 23-year old rapper from Alabama went for a stripped-down set anchored by a Peruvian cajón.

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Kirill Gerstein

Watch the award-winning pianist play a hit by Chopin, a premiere by Thomas Adès and a cherished song by Gershwin dressed in a virtuosic arrangement.

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Coldplay

A nine-piece choir joins the band for an inspired reworking of four Coldplay songs — and a surprise cover of Prince's "1999."

SXSW Events Canceled Over Coronavirus Concerns

South by Southwest — a massive art, music and technology festival — has been canceled over fears that visitors might help spread the coronavirus in Austin, Texas.

SXSW Events Canceled Over Coronavirus Concerns

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Taimane

Within the first moments of Taimane's magical set, we hear her play fiery flamenco, a famous phrase from the opera Carmen, a touch of Bach and more than a nod to her Hawaiian homeland.

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Great Grandpa Hits Its Stride On 'Four Of Arrows'

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Hear a mini-concert of songs from the band's sophomore album in this session.

Great Grandpa On World Cafe

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