If you’re like me, you’re getting weary of being stuck at home, and finding yourself with little energy for reading… So this week, we thought we’d offer something fun and different for you to enjoy… an eclectic collection of spectacular Tiny Desk Concerts from NPR!!!
Relax, click through these selections and find some great music to comfort you in these dark days from new or beloved artists!
The first two of these concerts are tributes to musicians who died of COVID-19 (John Prine and Adam Schlesinger), the remainder are some of our favorite tiny desk concerts from the last year or so. We hope you find some great music to enjoy here!
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1) John Prine
(d. 7 April 2020, COVID-19)
An American treasure came to the Tiny Desk and even premiered a new song. John Prine is a truly legendary songwriter. For more than 45 years the 71-year-old artist has written some of the most powerful lyrics in the American music canon, including “Sam Stone,” “Angel From Montgomery,” “Hello In There” and countless others.