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!
10) Rising Appalachia
Rising Appalachia’s Tiny Desk Concert is charged with the roots music that sisters Leah Song and Chloe Smith learned in fiddle camps as kids. Growing up in urban Atlanta and beyond, they also heard rhythms from a wider world, and their music grew to reflect new sounds and their activism. When they came to NPR, their van was packed with a bodhrán (Irish drum), an ngoni (West African harp) a huge gourd, a cello, a baritone guitar and more, including the other musicians who make up this wandering, Atlanta-based band: David Brown, Biko Casini, Arouna Diarra and Duncan Wickel.
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