Studio Sessions Musicians perform and discuss their work in the studios of NPR and NPR Music station partners. Live music sessions, interviews, and the best new songs in rock, pop, folk, classical, jazz, blues, urban, and world music. Watch video sessions.

Studio Sessions

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Watch Little Dragon Perform 'Sweet' Live In The Studio

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The dance-pop quartet's new album, Season High, is its most upbeat yet. Watch a live performance of "Sweet," captured at KCRW's studios.

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Gabriel Garzón-Montano: On Heckling Philip Glass

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The R&B singer's new record is intricate and organic. It's the sum of his many influences, including pop, cumbia and childhood days spent interrupting Philip Glass' practice sessions.

Gabriel Garzón-Montano On World Cafe

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Mose Allison On Piano Jazz

The influential vocalist and pianist joins Marian McPartland for a set of originals and a few favorite tunes by Duke Ellington, Hoagy Carmichael and more.

Mose Allison On Piano Jazz

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Watch Tift Merritt Perform Live On Mountain Stage

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"How does the scar forgive the knife?" the singer-songwriter asks in this heart-wrenching live performance of "Heartache Is An Uphill Climb."

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World Cafe Nashville: Marty Stuart

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Hear a session with the walking, talking, singing, guitar-slinging repository of American popular music in advance of his new album, Way Out West.

World Cafe Nashville: Marty Stuart

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