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A Full Hour With Graham Nash Telling His Life Story

Graham Nash is an entrancing story-teller. His new autobiography, Wild Tales: A Rock and Roll Life, takes him from growing up poor in Manchester, England through a life of harmonizing and playing with two groups in The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: The Hollies and Crosby, Stills, and Nash.
British Singer Laura Marling – Wise Beyond Her 23 Years

October 31, 2013 - There is no denying the beauty of the voice and music of 23 year-old Laura Marling.
Producer Ethan Johns Finally Declares If Not Now Then When And Releases Debut Album

October 29, 2013 - Ethan John is a thinking songwriter’s producer. He has worked with strong artists like Laura Marling, Ryan Adams and Ray LaMontagne along with many others.
Austin’s Black Joe Lewis Takes Control On New Album Electric Slave

Electric Slave is the name of the new album from Austin, Texas based singer Black Joe Lewis.
Lou Reed On Writing "Sweet Jane", "Heroin", And More From The World Cafe Archives

October 29, 2013 -A little snapshot in time as we remember Lou Reed today with an excerpt of our 1996 interview around the release of his album Set The Twilight Reeling.
Adele Before. Vintage Cafe From 2008 Upon The U.S. Release Of 19M

October 28, 2013 - Today's Vintage Cafe goes back to 2008 and a session recorded before Adele won the best new artist Grammy and before the album 19 went on to sell over six and a half million copies world-wide.
Sense of Place: Detroit –Exploring Marshall Crenshaw’s Detroit Record Collection

October 25, 2013 - Marshall Crenshaw grew up within the cultural vortex of Detroit. He has a strong connection to the city returning often for the annual Concert of Colors.
Sense of Place: Detroit –You Can’t Take The Detroit Out of Mayer Hawthorne

Mayer Hawthorne joins us for our Sense of Place Detroit and talks a bit about growing up in the environs of the Motor City.
Sense of Place: Detroit – So Many Bands, Here Are Five To Check Out

October 25, 2013 - To find out about new local bands for our Sense of Place series stop in Detroit we went to the source, Ann Delisi, the host of Essential Music on WDET-FM.
Sense of Place: Detroit The Music And Story Of Rodriguez Of Waiting For Sugarman

October 23, 2013 - For our Sense of Place series we are revisiting an interview with the Detroit musician Rodriguez. This interview was recorded in 2009 when Rodriguez's early 70s albums Cold Fact and Coming From Reality were being re-released.

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