World Cafe

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The premier guide for new and significant artists in rock, blues, and folk - including NPR-syndicated World Cafe ®

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24/7 Musical discovery. A unique mix of emerging and heritage blues, rock, world, folk, and alt-country artists.

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World Cafe Archives

Join David Dye as he navigates the World Cafe through performances and interviews with celebrated and emerging artists.

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Guests

Wyatt discusses the firsthand experience with incarceration that informed her album Felony Blues. "People get stuck in the system," she says. "I feel like that's a great injustice to our society."
After 25 years, Friday marks the World Cafe host's last day helming the show full-time. Read his farewell note.
On Close Ties, the veteran singer-songwriter looks back on his life and the friends who have held special places in it. Hear a conversation and live performance.
Adams performs the best of his new album, Prisoner, live for World Cafe's 25th anniversary celebration.
Hear songs from the duo's forthcoming release, What Now, recorded live for World Cafe's 25th anniversary celebration.
Frontman Wayne Coyne says he thrives in environments that combine art and chaos. Hear that conversation, plus live performances of songs from Oczy Mlody.
A move from eastern Canada to Nashville opened the floodgates of inspiration for Cousins' new songs. Hear her perform some of them live in the studio.
The eclectic Brooklyn singer's new album, Regina, takes inspiration from Queens of all kinds — historical, mythological and the one led by Freddie Mercury.
Last heard in a duo with Sam Beam, the California-born singer-songwriter continues her remarkable solo career.
All week, we dig into the archives to present our favorite sessions with artists whose work in the 1970s remains some of their best.
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