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Tiny Desk Trick Or Treat: Our 5 Favorite Concerts In Costume

There's dressing up, and then there's dressing up. Just in time for Halloween, watch five costume-intensive Tiny Desk concerts — starting with Neko Case in a gorilla suit, of course.

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Sheryl Crow, Live At The Tiny Desk

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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How To Watch It Live

NPR's Tiny Desk Fest takes place Oct. 28-31. Here's how to watch each of the four Tiny Desk concerts live.

Raphael Saadiq with Lucky Daye performs during Tiny Desk Fest, on Oct. 31, 2019. Mhari Shaw/NPR hide caption

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Raphael Saadiq, Live At The Tiny Desk

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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Wale, Live At The Tiny Desk

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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Megan Thee Stallion, Live At The Tiny Desk

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

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Watch Brandi Carlile's Star-Studded Video Tribute To Joni Mitchell

Carlile's tribute concert established a new approach to canonizing Mitchell's work. And in a video produced for the concert, musicians and friends share their favorite lyrics by Mitchell.

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Rio Mira

Rio Mira's music celebrates life along the river that separates Ecuador and Colombia: soft breezes, loving friends, the embrace of Africa and lots of festejando!

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CHAI

The group from Japan is on a mission to expand the conventional meaning of "cute." Their performance included synchronized dancing, pom-poms and matching pink uniforms, with a heavy, angular sound.

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Jovino Santos Neto Trio

Along with his trio, the pianist, multi-instrumentalist and composer cast a spell over the NPR Music offices in this joyful turn behind the Tiny Desk.

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Summer Walker

One week after releasing a record-shattering studio debut, the Atlanta native brings a glowing R&B set to the Tiny Desk.

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Taylor Swift

As she settled in for this stripped-down set, Taylor Swift looked out over the office. "I just decided to take this as an opportunity to show you guys how the songs sounded when I first wrote them."

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Brittany Howard

The Alabama Shakes singer and guitarist brought an eight-piece backing band to the Tiny Desk for a set of deeply personal and affecting songs.