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The duo's take on down-home narratives and fist-pumping country anthems is edged in angsty, masculine sensitivity, betraying Charlie Muncaster and Gary Stanton's emo and mall-punk reference points.
The singer, fiddler and banjo player performs songs from Freedom Highway, which she wrote to tell the stories of victims of racialized violence throughout American history.
The bluesman and producer-drummer Steve Jordan discuss the record they made at Royal Studios, birthplace of Al Green's hits. Plus, hear a live performance featuring original members of Hi Rhythm.
Hear a mini-concert performance from the World Cafe Live stage in Philadelphia, PA.
Revolution Come...Revolution Go is Gov't Mule's 10th album. Frontman Warren Haynes reflects on more than 20 years of the jam band, plus his relationship with the late Gregg Allman.
He's composed the themes for programs like Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me! and Morning Edition. Now Leiderman joins World Cafe to share his own album of original rock and roll songs.
It's been a pretty stellar year for new music. Enjoy a playlist of some the best so far, including The War On Drugs, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Gorillaz and more.
The producer and Black Keys singer made his new solo album, Waiting On A Song, after a move to Music City. Hear him perform some of the new songs — including the title track, a John Prine co-write.
The band's sound is hard to pin down: It's somewhere between folk and electronica, the words sometimes poetry, sometimes prose.
World Cafe celebrates 50 years of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band with a playlist of some the most enduring and endearing music from the year it was released.
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