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

Dawg Yawp performs a Tiny Desk Concert on June 28, 2017. (Photo: Liam James Doyle/NPR) Liam James Doyle/NPR hide caption

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Dawg Yawp

Welcome the world of Dawg Yawp, the musical concoction of Rob Keenan and Tyler Randall, where drones and toy pianos are likely to collide with heavy metal electronics and a well-placed melody.

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Cyrille Aimée and Daymé Arocena Perform At 2017 San Jose Jazz Summer Fest

WBGO and Jazz At Lincoln Center

The vocalists brought '30s gypsy swing and modern Afro-Cuban influences to their 2017 San Jose Jazz Summer Fest performances.

Cyrille Aimée And Daymé Arocena Make Jazz Their Own

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Chronixx performs a Tiny Desk Concert on July 10, 2017. (Photo: Liam James Doyle/NPR) Liam James Doyle/NPR hide caption

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Chronixx

The Jamaican reggae star proudly carries the torch of his country's roots reggae legends.

Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers perform a Tiny Desk Concert on Sept. 15, 2017. (Christina Ascani/NPR) Christina Ascani/NPR hide caption

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Steve Martin And The Steep Canyon Rangers

It's hard to think of an artist who's brought more joy to more people, across more generations — and in more ways — than Steve Martin.

Bomba Estereo performs a Tiny Desk Concert at NPR's Washington, D.C., headquarters on Aug. 18, 2017. Emily Bogle/NPR/NPR hide caption

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Bomba Estereo

Bomba Estereo is not known as a hushed band. Member Simon Mejia said this Tiny Desk performance was the group's quietest, a stripped-down treatment that illustrates the inherent quality of the music.

SsingSsing performs a Tiny Desk Conert on June 27, 2017. (Claire Harbage/NPR) Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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SsingSsing

It's safe to say this Korean, cross-dressing rock band looks and sounds like no one who's ever performed at the Tiny Desk.

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The Philadelphia Folk Festival On World Cafe

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Hear live performances by Joan Shelley, Whitehorse, National Reserve.

The 56th Annual Folk Festival On World Cafe

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The Edge (from left), Bono and Larry Mullen Jr. of rock band U2 will not be bringing their The Joshua Tree World Tour to St. Louis this weekend amid security concerns. Andrew Chin/Getty Images hide caption

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U2, Ed Sheeran Cancel St. Louis Concerts After Protests Over Police Acquittal

Multiple performances have been canceled over safety concerns, amid unrest prompted by the acquittal of a former police officer charged with first-degree murder in the fatal shooting of a black man.

Snail Mail performs a Tiny Desk Concert on July 12, 2017. (Claire Harbage/NPR) Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Snail Mail

Snail Mail's sleepy songs have a way of waking you up. Watch the band perform music from its quietly stunning Habit EP, plus a new song played solo by Lindsey Jordan.

L.A. Salami performs a Tiny Desk Concert on July 25, 2017. (Photo: Liam James Doyle/NPR) Liam James Doyle/NPR hide caption

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L.A. Salami

The story songs and poetry of Lookman Adekunle Salami, who writes and records as L.A. Salami, recall the brilliant and epic ramblings of Bob Dylan.

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Watch Live: Southern Streams: The Eclectic Roots Of Americana Music

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Moderated by NPR Music's Ann Powers, the program will feature performances and conversation from Don Bryant, Yola Carter, Raul Malo and Joan Osborne.