World Cafe

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World Cafe Archives

Join the World Cafe through performances and interviews with celebrated and emerging artists.

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The indie rock duo, The Kills, came together when Alison “VV” Mosshart heard British guitarist Jamie “Hotel” Hince practicing in a hotel for a band he was in at the time.

The Mountain Goats are John Darnielle, Peter Hughes, and Jon Wurster, and they've been around, in one form or another, since 1991.

John Paul White and Joy Williams hail from very different parts of the country (Alabama and Cali, respectively), and both are free spirits when it comes to their solo music careers.

Stemming from New York's pulsating underground music scene in 2001, TV on the Radio has grown into genre fusing, rock masterminds.

From his start with the band Bluesology in 1961, multi-award winner Elton John (born Reginald Kenneth Dwight) has time and time again proven himself as one of the most iconic singer-songwriters of our day.

Embracing old-school blues and backwoods country rock, Cold War Kids' tyle still holds a solid yet unique indie-rock label.

After the pop-rock outfit Broken West decided to end their run last year, Ross Flournoy found himself at a loss.

Award-winning Rodney Crowell has been called Nashville's 'golden boy' and the 'songwriter's songwriter' and for his unique, dualistic status in the music industry

Hailing from a tiny town in Washington State, Brandi Carlile began her music career at the tender age of 8, when her musician mother brought her on stage to sing a Rosanne Cash song.

Explosive live performances, non-stop touring and a commitment to songwriting have earned Scott Miller and Will Hoge a fanatical following as well as critical acclaim.

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