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What The Radio Sounded Like In 1971
NPR broadcast its first on-air original programming 50 years ago, May 3, 1971.
Get Familiar With Elizabeth King's Long Journey
Gospel singer Elizabeth King is unstoppable. In this episode, she talks about how she musters the strength and power to persevere at 78 years old.
Rickie Lee Jones Shares The Soundtrack To Her Youth
Rickie Lee Jones opens up about the stories and characters of her own story in her new memoir.
Listen: The Lumineers And Gregory Alan Isakov Cover Each Other's Songs
Amerikinda: 20 Years Of Dualtone
â€” a new compilation celebrating the Nashville label â€” The Lumineers cover "Caves" by Gregory Alan Isakov, while Isakov covers The Lumineers' own "Salt and the Sea."
Loretta Lynn Transforms Classic Songs On 'Still Woman Enough'
The 89-year-old icon collaborates with artists like Margo Price and Tanya Tucker on her 50th studio album.
Jon Batiste Can't Keep His Fingers Off The Piano
Joining us from
The Late Show
studio, Batiste spontaneously starts playing piano during a conversation about his role on the show, composing for the Disney/Pixar film
, and his own latest album.
Get Up And Dance To A Mini-Concert From Jupiter & Okwess
Jupiter & Okwess' music blends Congolese, American and European influences and is undeniably fun.
Shakey Graves Ruminates On 10 Years Of 'Roll The Bones'
Alejandro Rose Garcia's 2011 album is one of Bandcamp's most downloaded folk records. He joins us to discuss the record's deluxe reissue.
The Culture Corner: 30 Years Since Massive Attack's 'Blue Lines'
Thirty years ago, U.K. band
released its debut album,
, and changed music forever. We go back to the early '90s in Bristol in this first installment of The Culture Corner.
Julien Baker's 'Little Oblivions' Goes Deep And Gets Personal
On Baker's new album, there's no shying away from the tough stuff.
The Lumineers' Jeremiah Fraites Made A Record That Sounds Nothing Like The Lumineers
Aaron Lee Tasjan's New Album Touches On Health, Being Alone, And Money
David Gray Performs A Mini-Concert For World Cafe
Rick Steves Take Us On A Musical Tour Of Europe
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