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Live in Concert

NPR icon The Stooges Brass Band: globalFEST 2013

by Anastasia Tsioulcas
The Stooges Brass Band got its start when members of two rival high-school marching bands in New Orleans decided to join forces. Today, the group mixes hip-hop, funk and R&B in its thrilling live performances. Hear the group recorded at Webster Hall in New York City.

NPR icon Fatoumata Diawara: globalFEST 2013

by Anastasia Tsioulcas
The Malian singer originally moved to France to study acting, and appeared in several films before picking up the guitar and writing her own songs. Hear Fatoumata Diawara, recorded live in concert from Webster Hall in New York City.

NPR icon La Shica: globalFEST 2013

by Anastasia Tsioulcas
Madrid's La Shica blends traditional flamenco sounds with rock and pop elements, led by singer and dancer Elsa Rovayo. Hear the group, recorded live in concert at Webster Hall in New York City.

NPR icon Lo'Jo: globalFEST 2013

by Anastasia Tsioulcas
Singer and keyboardist Denis Péan and violinist Richard Bourreau formed the band Lo'Jo in France more than 30 years ago. The band has since been involved in everything from circus performances to Mali's Festival in the Desert. Hear Lo'Jo, recorded live in concert from New York City's Webster Hall.

NPR icon A Tribe Called Red: globalFEST 2013

by Anastasia Tsioulcas
The Canadian group A Tribe Called Red features three DJs who mix Native powwow chant with hip-hop and dubstep, while a dancer spins multicolored hoops. Hear the group, recorded live in concert from New York City's Webster Hall.

NPR icon Stephane Wrembel: globalFEST 2013

by Anastasia Tsioulcas
French-born guitarist Stephane Wrembel plays so-called "Gypsy jazz," a style pioneered by legendary guitarist and composer Django Reinhardt. Hear Wrembel and his band, recorded live in concert from New York City's Webster Hall.

NPR icon La Santa Cecilia: NPR Front Row

by Anastasia Tsioulcas
The Los Angeles band, named after the patron saint of musicians, blends Latin styles such as cumbia, norteño and ranchera. Hear La Santa Cecilia, recorded live in concert from New York City's Webster Hall.