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!
9) Rhiannon Giddens
There is an intensity to Rhiannon Giddens I could feel from the moment she arrived at the Tiny Desk, and her songs reflect that spirit. “Ten Thousand Voices,” the first song in the set, for instance, was inspired by Rhiannon reading about the sub-Saharan slave trade. Despite its weightiness, Rhiannon Giddens’ music is entertaining, and her voice, the melodies, and her accompaniment are engaging. But it is music infused with lessons and deep purpose — something all too rare in popular music in my opinion.
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