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On its latest album, Bayti Fi Rasi, the trio tells a story of their relatives fleeing Yemen and arriving in Israel as part of Operation Magic Carpet in 1949.
The classically-trained vocalist just announced a new project, Ballads. But when she stopped by World Cafe, it was to discuss her most recent full-length album, First Flower.
The three members of Australian band Camp Cope fearlessly called out sexism in the music industry.
Ingram is an absolute beast on guitar who has impressed a lot of different people over the years, including Buddy Guy, Bootsy Collins and Dave Grohl.
From playing for free beer to appearing at massive festivals, CAAMP has come a long way.
Lukas Nelson's latest record, Turn Off The News (Build A Garden), includes plenty of guests. Neil Young, Margo Price, and yes, Lukas' dad, Willie Nelson, all appear on the album.
Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney explain why they just needed to get out of each other's hair for a bit.
Between gigs with time on his hands, Duff, the Guns N' Roses bassist, recorded Tenderness, produced by his old friend, Shooter.
Gaynor explains why "I Will Survive" is still her favorite song to perform.
Alynda Segarra of Hurray For The Riff Raff and Leyla McCalla of Carolina Chocolate Drops join King James and the Special Men for a live performance.
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