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Grandaddy's Jason Lytle On 20 Years Of 'Sophtware Slump'
The Grandaddy frontman and songwriter saw the anniversary as an opportunity to re-record one his band's most-loved albums from a lifetime away and with a vastly different arrangement.
Waylon Payne Considers His Experiences With Familial Fame, Addiction On 'Blue Eyes'
In this session, Payne perform songs from his record
Blue Eyes, The Harlot, The Queer, The Pusher and Me â€“
songs that touch on his famous parents, his struggles with addiction and journey to sobriety.
Joy Oladokun's Music Uncovers New Ways Of Looking At The World
Oladokun performs songs from her forthcoming album,
in defense of my own happiness (vol 2).
Heavy Rotation: 10 Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing
NPR member stations share a mix of the most popular songs on their airwaves this month, including music from Amythyst Kiah, Sofia Valdes, The Weather Station and more.
The Revivalists' David Shaw Performs Songs From His Solo Album
Get a preview of songs from Shaw's upcoming solo album in this interview with World Cafe New Orleans correspondent Gwen Thompkins.
The Black Roots Of Rock And Roll: Part 4
Celebrating Black History Month, music journalist John Morrison brings us music from black musical innovators from the turn of the millennium to the present day.
The Black Roots Of Rock And Roll: Part 3
This week, we move on from the 1970s, touching on the early punk sounds of the band Death, and into the '80s and '90s - and the British proto-shoegaze band A.R. Kane.
How Dan Auerbach Made An Album With Tony Joe White's Previously Unreleased Demos
The Black Keys guitarist and vocalist discusses honoring the late Americana artist with
Smoke From The Chimney
, a nine-song collection to be released in May.
Bartees Strange Asks, What If The Idea Of Genres Limits Expression?
Strange's new album,
, finds room for plenty of different sounds and tells the story of his life along the way.
Bootsy Collins Shares Recordings From His Personal Archives
The funk legend visits the Cafe with songs from his new album,
The Power of the One,
old favorites from his own personal archives, and stories about James Brown and George Clinton.
The Black Roots Of Rock And Roll: Part 2
Panamanian Songwriter SofÃa ValdÃ©s Carries On A Family Tradition
A Name You Should Know: Dutch-Ghanian Songwriter Nana Adjoa
The Black Roots Of Rock And Roll: Part 1
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