Backed by New York’s El Michels Affair and Marco Benevento.
Including “Now That I Found You” and “The Sound”.
Four-song set featured Lover tracks and a 2012 cut off Red.
Including the Alabama Shakes singer’s intimate songs on childhood, “Georgia” and “Goat Head”.
Including intimate renditions of Cuz I Love You tracks “Truth Hurts” and “Juice”.
In celebration of the TV program’s 50th anniversary.
Greenwood enlisted the Ensemble Signal for two moving compositions.
Intimate set includes “By Ourselves”, “Jewelry”, “Dagenham Dream”, and a gospel cover.
In further celebration of the 25th anniversary of Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers).
The indie rock supergroup graces the quiet corners of NPR’s Tiny Desk for a soothing, comforting twelve-minute set.
Three-song appearance featured selections from last year’s High as Hope and 2015’s How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful.
The Chicago-based rapper rolled out “Busy/Sirens”, “Logout”, and “Heaven All Around Me/Life”, with accompaniment from his father, Chandlar.