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World Cafe Archives

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


Ondara grew up in Nairobi, Kenya with big dreams of becoming a musician in the U.S. Hear a studio performance of songs from his debut album, Tales Of America.
Get a sampler of the Melbourne-based singer's forthcoming record that is personal, intimate and beautiful.
It's been 40 years since Steve Forbert released his debut album, Alive on Arrival, and he's marked the occasion with a new album and a new memoir.
Chan Marshall performs live and talks about her journey to 2018's Wanderer, a powerful realization she had with Lana Del Rey and the true meaning behind her band name.
World Cafe takes a trip to Glasgow to hear about Kathryn Joseph and James Graham's life-changing act of taking other people's stories and turning them into songs.
Take a trip to the farm in Colorado where Isakov created his latest album, Evening Machines.
The My Morning Jacket frontman reflects on some of the truths he's found in his own lyrics, including his thoughts on drinking and struggles to stay in the moment.
Hear a stripped-down set of songs from the band's latest album, Dance on the Blacktop, and Dominic Palermo's journey through life and the industry.
Recommended by locals, Martha Ffion treated World Cafe to songs from her debut full length album, Sunday Best.
Even in his 70s, Crosby's stretching sounds in ways that seem to surprise and delight even the musician himself.
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