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.

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Nashville Sessions: Brent Cobb

The man whose songs have been recorded by Luke Bryan, Little Big Town and more is now emerging as a crucial voice on his own.

Nashville Sessions: Brent Cobb

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Benny Golson On Piano Jazz

A giant of hard bop, the saxophonist and composer performs some of his most enduring standards.

Benny Golson In The Studio

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Gorgon City, 'Love Me' (Live)

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Watch the U.K. house duo premiere its new track, "Love Me," for KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic.

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With Lending Club Disgraced, An Industry Looks For Lessons

Lending Club, a leader in the peer-to-peer marketplace, is mired in scandal. The finance technology industry, known as FinTech, is dissecting what it means for online lending.

With Lending Club Disgraced, An Industry Looks For Lessons

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The Kills, 'Doing It To Death' (Live)

The rock duo plays with musical tension in a throbbing, riff-heavy song, live in KCRW's studio.

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Dena DeRose On Piano Jazz

In a 2001 session, the singer and pianist joined host Marian McPartland for a program of standards.

Dena DeRose On Piano Jazz

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A Tribute To Artie Shaw On Piano Jazz

Historian and cornetist Dick Sudhalter provides historical perspective on the great clarinetist and bandleader.

A Tribute To Artie Shaw On Piano Jazz

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Latin Roots: Gepe

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The Chilean artist born Daniel Riveros makes driving indie pop with elements of Andean folk. Watch a performance recorded live in Philadelphia.

Latin Roots: Hepe

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Miike Snow, 'Genghis Khan' (Live)

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Watch the indie-pop trio perform a song from its new album live for KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic.

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Tania Maria On Piano Jazz

The Brazilian pianist and singer mixes frenetic originals with Antônio Carlos Jobim interpretations.

Tania Maria On Piano Jazz

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