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.

World Cafe Archives

Join the World Cafe through performances and interviews with celebrated and emerging artists.
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The dreaded "sophomore slump" is no more - featuring Nirvana, Prince and Björk, World Cafe shares a playlist of those who have not only avoided the dreaded label, but transcended it.
In this session, frontman Ben Schneider joins World Cafe to take us into the fictional world his band created for a new record, talk about what inspired it and share a few songs.
In honor of Pride month, Michael Mwenso highlights three artists who expressed their individuality, gender and sexual identities with freedom.
In this episode of World Cafe, we talk to Neil Finn of Crowded House about its new album and playing music with his sons.
More than her viral hit and Phoebe Bridgers parody "Immune," McRae has a unique, perceptive ear and a way with words.
Amidst a slew of cancellation calls for his 2020 tour, Black Joe Lewis traded in his cowboy hat for a hard hat.
Being a musician kept Zach Bryan sane while he was deployed under the U.S. Navy; it was also the reason why he went viral.
Today on World Cafe, David Maclean and Vincent Neff of Django Django talk about what inspires their ever-evolving sound.
Not only did the Tibetan Freedom Concert kick off a series of benefit shows, raising money and awareness for the cause, but it also marked a shift for the Beastie Boys as a group.
In today's World Cafe, British R&B star Celeste performs and talks about writing her Oscar-nominated song "Hear My Voice."
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