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Live From Studio D

Live From Studio D



Live From Studio D is a radio & video series, produced by Word of Mouth, that brings local & national musicians into NHPR's own Studio D for intimate, live performances.

All Live From Studio D videos can also be viewed on YouTube - make sure to subscribe while you're there!

  • We're making NHPR's digital content easier to find and share. From news and information, to music, food, culture, and archival stories, NHPR's blogs are…
  • We are in the midst of a cultural movement…it’s called Twee and boy is it precious. Today we look into the gentle revolution that is Twee…from artisanal…
  • The David Kontak Ensemble invaded Studio D with a bevy of strange instruments and put on quite a show. Check out the performances to see the group…
  • Each month the husband and wife duo, Robin MacArthur and Tyler Gibbons, from Marlboro, Vermont write and record a song to be released on the day of the…
  • Inspired by the Modern Love section of the Sunday New York Times, each song on David Lockwood's new album is based on a deeply personal essay about love…
  • Tristan Omand, a Manchester based singer-songwriter tells stories of America’s rough edges, his songs tend towards characters who’ve been kicked around by…
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    Cathy Grier: Troubador, "Subway Girl"
    While everyone else is going somewhere, musician Cathy Grier is staying still. She's the New York City Subway Girl.
  • VIDEO: The New England based band Darlingside has long been a favorite here at Word of Mouth, so on their recent visit to a song writing and music…
  • Heather Maloney's music has been described as “adventurous folk", pushing the boundaries of the folk genre with lush, full-band arrangements and playful…
  • The moniker, Lady Lamb the Beekeeper came to Mainer Aly Spaltro in a dream, and has been popping up on marquees up and down the East coast ever since. Not…

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