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The Olms: A Retro Take On Pete Yorn’s Infectious Melodies

August 8, 2013 - Pete Yorn has long had an easy way with hooky rock songs. He also likes to work with others, most recently with actress Scarlet Johansson.
Telekinesis – Bright Power Pop From Drummer Michael Benjamin Lerner

August 7, 2013 - Telekinesis’ Michael Benjamin Lerner sings from behind the drum set when the band plays live, but on the albums he plays almost all the instruments.
Sam Amidon’s Music May Have Traditional Roots, But These Are Not Your (Grand)Father’s Fiddle Tunes!

August 6, 2013 - Sam Amidon’s parents were folk performers in Vermont where he grew up. His best friend was fellow musician and arranger Thomas Bartlett (Doveman).
Find Out How KT Tunstall’s Life Intervened Between The Two Sides Of Her New Album

August 5, 2013 - Scottish Singer-Songwriter KT Tunstall travelled to Howe Gelb’s studio in Arizona in the Spring of 2012 to make "Invisible Empire/Crescent Moon."
Big Country’s Anthemic Sound is Intact on New Album The Journey

August 2, 2013 - With the death in 2001 of Stuart Adamson, the leader as well as lead singer of the Scottish band Big Country, most would have assumed the band was over. Not so.
Worth The Wait: Lissie Takes Her Time Making Her Second Album

August 1, 2013 - When Lissie stopped by he World Cafe for her session a month or so ago she hadn’t even named her new album yet.
Rhye: Sexy Music From A Duo Who Prefer To Make It Anonymously

July 31, 2013 - The first place people heard the music of Rhye was in a series of sensual videos posted to the web with little or no accompanying information. The point for the duo of Mike Milosh and Robin Hannibal, who made the album Woman was for people to focus on the music, not the personality of the singer.
Los Angeles’ La Santa Cecilia Write Immigration Anthem

July 30, 2013 - In the beginning La Santa Cecilia started playing in Olvera Street in downtown Los Angeles for tourists and passers-by.
Bobby McFerrin Inspired By His Father’s 1955 Recording On New Album Of Spirituals

July 29, 2013 - Supple-voiced, body-tapping, usually acappella singer Bobby McFerrin has a band with him today to play the music of his new album Spirityouall. The creator of the ubiquitous 1988 hit “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” was inspired to make the album by his father Robert McFerrin’s similar album of spirituals called Deep River.
Jeff Lynne: ELO Mastermind Loves It In The Studio

July 25, 2013 - There is a lot of musical history discussed in today’s show with Jeff Lynne. He is not quite the Zelig of 70’s and 80’s classic rock but he was responsible for some formidable records with ELO and later with The Travelling Wilbury’s and as a producer for his fellow Wilburys (Tom Petty, Roy Orbison, George Harrison) and others.

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