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Joshua Bell & Jeremy Denk

Two A-list classical artists work up a sweat as they revel in the tender and turbulent music of Brahms and Schumann.

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Norah Jones, 'Flipside' (Live)


The song is from the jazz and pop singer-songwriter's new album, Day Breaks. Here, Jones and her band play it live at KCRW.

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Video: Metallica's Rejuvenated On 'Moth Into Flame'

The new track from the band's first studio album since 2008 recalls the melodic, lead-foot-riff-fueled, progressive attack of ...And Justice For All.

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Blue Man Group

The world-famous entertainers retrofitted their custom-made instruments, confetti cannons, and streamers to fit our Tiny Desk.

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Songwriting State Of Mind: The Stories Behind Alicia Keys' Hits

15 years after her first single went to No. 1, Alicia Keys says her songwriting still relies on instinct. "I never know how it happens," she says. "And I kinda always wanna be like that."

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Glass Animals, 'Life Itself' (Live)


The song is a highlight of the U.K. rock band's new album, How To Be A Human Being. Here, the band performs it live for KCRW.

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Corinne Bailey Rae

There's real joy in this genre-defying performance by the English singer-songwriter, who performs material from her first album in six years.

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Watch The Americana Music Honors & Awards Show

NPR Music returns as the exclusive webcast home for Nashville's big night on Sept. 21, with performances by Bob Weir, Bonnie Raitt, Emmylou Harris, George Strait, Jason Isbell and The Lumineers.