High energy pianist-singer Adam Weiner leads the Philly-based band on "Shake It Little Tina" from their upcoming third album, Hi Honey.
Scott and Seth Avett lead the North Carolina-based alt-bluegrass band on "Laundry Room" and "Paranoia in B Major" in this 2009 set.
The former lead singer for Soul Coughing covers a John Denver tune and plays tunes from Yes and Also Yes in this 2012 solo set.
The prolific singer-songwriter and solo troubadour premieres "It's Peaceful Here" and other tunes from 2010's # Zero With a Bullet.
Texan Britt Daniel of Spoon and Canadian Dan Boeckner of Wolf Parade join forces on taut, tense material from A Thing Called Divine Fits.
The singer-songwriter from Idaho, Moscow puts a distinctive Americana touch on pieces from The Beast in Its Tracks with his Royal City Band.
Brit singer-songwriters Rosa Slade and Katy Young offer chilling vocal harmonies on "Funeral Beat," "Idle" and a cover of "Hit the Road, Jack."
The San Francisco band shifts from tough blues-rock to funk to a bit of country twang on tunes from their self-titled debut in this 2013 set.
Guitarist-singer-songwriter Thao Nguyen fronts the San Francisco alt-folk-rock band on tunes from We the Common in this 2013 set.
The punk-folk duo of guitarist-singer Sean Bonnette and bassist Ben Gallaty performs clever tunes like "Heartilation" and "Rain, Hate on Me."
Soul revivalists conjure up an old school Memphis vibe on "Catch This Teardrop" and "Got To Get Back" (featuring iconic soul singer Otis Clay).
The quirky Brit singer-songwriter, who turns 62 today, performs "Don't Talk To Me About Gene Hackman" and "The Cheese Alarm" in 1999.