NPR Tiny Desk Concerts Specials

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NPR Tiny Desk Concerts Specials

First Air Date: March 13, 2019

First Aired on    :   2019
Episodes    :   19 episodes



Episodes

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0x19 Tiny Desk Meets globalFEST: Edwin Perez, Elisapie, Nora Brown, Rokia Traoré (January 14, 2021)


Our final night of globalFEST 2021 features salsa, First Nations music, Appalachian folk and a West African superstar.


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0x18 Tiny Desk Meets globalFEST: Vox Sambou, Aditya Prakash, Martha Redbone And More (January 13, 2021)


Wednesday night's showcases blends the sounds of Haiti, India, Italy and the Indigenous people of North America.


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0x17 Tiny Desk Meets globalFEST: Minyo Crusaders, Hit La Rosa, Natu Camara, Emel (January 12, 2021)


The second night of our virtual festival features music from Japan, Peru, Guinea and Tunisia.


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0x16 Tiny Desk Meets globalFEST: Dedicated Men Of Zion, Labess, Sofia Rei & DakhaBrakha (January 11, 2021)


Our first night of live performances features music from Algeria, Argentina, Ukraine and North Carolina.


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0x15 Harry Styles Explains His Love Of The Packers (March 13, 2020)


The English pop star has a Packers logo tattooed on his upper arm. So NPR Music's biggest Packers fan sat him down at the Tiny Desk to ask: What's the deal with that?


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0x14 Raphael Saadiq, Live At The Tiny Desk (October 31, 2019)


What a way to wrap up Tiny Desk Fest. Raphael Saadiq, one of the most respected voices in soul music, performs a live concert with rising R&B star Lucky Daye.


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0x13 Wale, Live At The Tiny Desk (October 30, 2019)


The chart-topping Washington, D.C., rapper brings his songs to life at the Tiny Desk with the help of a six-piece go-go band.


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0x12 Sheryl Crow, Live At The Tiny Desk (October 29, 2019)


Tuesday night's guest star just wants to have some fun behind the Tiny Desk. She'll revisit her classics and perform new songs from her album Threads.


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0x11 Megan Thee Stallion, Live At The Tiny Desk (October 28, 2019)


The secret's out! One of 2019's brightest new stars peformed a live show at the Tiny Desk.


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0x10 Ty Dolla $ign Pays Tribute To Mac Miller At The Tiny Desk (August 08, 2019)


While Ty Dolla $ign visited NPR to record his own Tiny Desk concert, he also performed a special tribute to his friend, the late Mac Miller.


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0x09 Tiny Desk Family Hour: Leikeli47 (March 22, 2019)


The charismatic, genre-smashing masked rapper closes NPR Music's big night with intensity, joy and free-wheeling fervor.


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0x08 Tiny Desk Family Hour: Amanda Palmer (March 21, 2019)


The intense singer-songwriter performed "The Ride" on a grand piano.


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0x07 Tiny Desk Family Hour: Fragile Rock (March 20, 2019)


Fragile Rock's rowdy emo songs are performed by bickering puppets. Onstage at a church in Austin, the band savages the patriarchy in "Smile More."


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0x06 Tiny Desk Family Hour: Gina Chavez (March 20, 2019)


In this performance of "The Sweet Sound Of Your Name," a song of devotion from 2014, the Austin singer-songwriter finds magic in the intimacy of a communal setting.


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0x05 Tiny Desk Family Hour: Wyclef Jean (March 18, 2019)


The former Fugees star brought an electric guitar and a young protégé.


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0x04 Tiny Desk Family Hour: Mountain Man (March 16, 2019)


We couldn't pick just one song from the trio's appearance at the Tiny Desk Family hour. So we went with three.


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0x03 Tiny Desk Family Hour: John Paul White (March 15, 2019)


The former Civil Wars star performed a new song that even makes his kids cry.


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0x02 Tiny Desk Family Hour: Cautious Clay (March 14, 2019)


The Brooklyn-based artist, in addition to offering up an impeccable vocal performance, brought perhaps the only flute solo of SXSW 2019 to NPR Music's Tiny Desk Family Hour.


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0x01 Tiny Desk Family Hour: Gaelynn Lea (March 13, 2019)


The former Tiny Desk Contest winner brought the crowd to its collective feet.