2018 NPR Tiny Desk Contest: Anna Robins

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NPR Tiny Desk entry Anna Robins is a growing songwriter, composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist with a passion for relatable and immersing music.

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2018 NPR Tiny Desk Contest: James Van Nuys and Carrie Bartsch

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NPR Tiny Desk entry James Van Nuys and Carrie Bartsch began their unique combination of influences and musicianship back in 2011.

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2018 NPR Tiny Desk Contest: Eliza Blue

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NPR Tiny Desk entry Eliza Blue is a folk-singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist.

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2018 NPR Tiny Desk Contest: CJ Weekes

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NPR Tiny Desk entry Christopher James Weekes is an artist from the Brookings, South Dakota area that creates a unique acoustic sound.

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2018 NPR Tiny Desk Contest: Mark Mowry

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NPR Tiny Desk entry Mark Mowry is an old campaigner in the music entertainment game, everything from weekend warrior to full-time musician.

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2018 NPR Tiny Desk Contest: Sequoia Crosswhite

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NPR Tiny Desk entry Sequoia Crosswhite is an enrolled member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe and a descendant of Chief War Eagle and Chief Swift Cloud.

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2018 NPR Tiny Desk Contest: Lil Red and the Medicated Moose Band

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NPR Tiny Desk entry Lil Red and the Medicated Moose Band is the story about how two awkward kids found each other, fell in love, got married, and moved to a small town in South Dakota.

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2018 NPR Tiny Desk Contest: The Ruthless West

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NPR Tiny Desk entry The Ruthless West plays songs you never knew you loved.

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2018 NPR Tiny Desk: Scott Simpson

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NPR Tiny Desk entry Scott Simpson has been writing, songwriting and recording since he was six or seven.

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2018 NPR Tiny Desk Contest: Brian Walther

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NPR Tiny Desk entry Brian Walther details the angst, sorrow, and celebration of life through music.

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2018 NPR Tiny Desk Contest: Bunny Sings Wolf

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NPR Tiny Desk entry Bunny Sings Wolf uses earth heart rhythms in subtly descriptive lyrics that transport listeners to a different time and place.

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2018 NPR Tiny Desk Contest: Library Advocate with Ingrid Lane

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NPR Tiny Desk entry Anthony Tripp shines brightly with his positive lyrical messages and catchy, energetic rhythms.

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2018 NPR Tiny Desk Contest: Anthony Tripp

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NPR Tiny Desk entry Anthony Tripp shines brightly with his positive lyrical messages and catchy, energetic rhythms.

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2018 NPR Tiny Desk Contest: The Rough Diamonds

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NPR Tiny Desk entry The Rough Diamonds is an acoustic/electric guitar duo formed by Chris Cortez and Jay Henseler.

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2018 NPR Tiny Desk Contest: Back Alley

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NPR Tiny Desk entry Back Alley is a folk-rock band in the vein of groups like Mumford & Sons or The Lumineers.

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