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His 2011 record, Low Country Blues, was his first in 14 years. Produced by T-Bone Burnett, Blues featured covers of legendary artists like B.B. King and Muddy Waters.
In a live session, the St. Louis roots performer shares a song he wrote in response to the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., just outside his hometown.
Listening to this band's music gives you that warm feeling of spending time with old friends. Hear a performance of songs from 2016's Cardinal, recorded live for World Cafe.
The Canadian rocker has always been known for bringing the party, but his latest album includes more sober reflection on his relationship with his father.
The Melbourne band consists of a pair of brothers and a pair of cousins, plus one. Hear its Cinderella story - from playing bedroom jams to signing with Sub Pop - in this session.
The songs on James' latest album, My Spirit Sister, are staggeringly honest snapshots of love and doubt. Hear an interview and performance from the Americana songwriter.
The duo's latest release is visceral dance music - an album you feel in your body before you process in your brain.
Josh Tillman's latest, Pure Comedy, is skeptical, surreal and sardonic, but also loving, generous and funny. He performs and discusses the Pentecostal upbringing that he defined himself against.
The breathtaking vocalist explains how she's brought her own interpretation of Inuit throat singing together with punk and electronica.
You can't tell the Delta Spirit frontman what to do in this session, featuring songs from his latest solo album.
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