NPR Releases Over 100 Archived Concerts From Iconic Bands And Musicians Online

Image via Christian Bertrand /

From 2005 to 2017, the National Public Radio (NPR) hosted several musical acts live from Washington DC’s 9:30 Club. Now, in celebration of 9:30 Club’s 40th anniversary, NPR has released over 100 archived concerts by famous bands and musicians online.

After NPR opened with independent rock band Bright Eyes in 2005, the lineup was broadened to feature acts like the Arctic Monkeys, Sonic Youth, Death Cab for Cutie, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Bon Iver, The Raconteurs, The Black Keys, The National, Bloc Party, Grizzly Bear, James Blake, and more.

From classical acts to rock bands, listen to your favorite acts from the comfort of your home. You can check out some highlights below, or stream all throwback performances right here.

[via Happy Magazine, cover image via Christian Bertrand /]

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