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The roots singer-songwriter shares songs from his latest album, A Glimmer On The Outskirts and how he ended up starring in a Ethan Hawke-directed biopic.
Though it serves as a partial reflection on his relationship with Jenny Lewis, there's more to Rice's latest album.
It's been about a year since World Cafe caught up with Willie, and he's been busy!
Page Burkum and Jack Torrey's sibling harmonies have caught the attention of producers and music fans alike.
Singer-songwriter Marissa Nadler has been making old school country with a twist since 2004, but that twist has turned in many directions since then.
The man behind the mask is incredibly forthright in discussing his persona and why he adopted it, the pastiche of influences on his music and the response he's received as a queer country musician.
The band dropped by to bring the feel of a midsummer music festival to World Cafe.
Rhiannon Giddens and Francesco Turrisi found common ground in their quests to dispel false cultural narratives and turned it into gorgeous music on there is no Other.
More than 50 years after getting together in the lat 1960s, the all-female rock band released its full-length debut studio album this past November.
Early on Carll focused more on telling other people's stories than his own. Now, he has a sweet collection of new songs called What It Is where he tells his own.
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