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The Del McCoury Band: Tiny Desk Concert

Del McCoury has been performing, and updating, his take on bluegrass for some 60 years. At the Tiny Desk, he brought three traveling songs and some good yarns to share from his ample time on the road.
Del McCoury performs a Tiny Desk Concert on July 11, 2018 (Samantha Clark/NPR). Source: Samantha Clark

There is a moment, near the top of this Tiny Desk concert — when three voices gather 'round a single microphone to deliver the chorus of "That Ol' Train" — that is so pure and have I felt vocals resonate so deeply.

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