Even COVID-19 can't stop NPR's series of Tiny Desk Concerts, which has previously featured Yo-Yo Ma, Adele, Wilco, The Pixies, and many, many other talented musicians. As NPR explains below, the performance involved a little bit of technology and some magic. Enjoy: It didn't take long for Billie Eilish to become one of the biggest […]
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