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Join David Dye as he navigates the World Cafe through performances and interviews with celebrated and emerging artists.

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Live at the World Cafe, Volume 38 is now available for retail sale!

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New Artists on the Rise

Every week, we feature independent and emerging artists who are making exciting, innovative music.

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Indulge in '90s nostalgia with a playlist highlighting The Smashing Pumpkins, Liz Phair and more.
The Virginian's musical style, which he calls "acid cowboy," is influenced by indie and psychedelic rock. Hear a live performance.
The two songwriters finish each other's phrases as they discuss the co-writing process for their new album as a duo. Hear the conversation and watch a live performance.
The 22-year-old blues-rock guitarist is clearly an old soul. Hear two songs from his forthcoming album.
Hear original members Gordon Gano and Brian Ritchie play "Gone Daddy Gone" and other songs, both new and old, for a live audience.
Autumn tends to be prime new-music season, but the summer's not over yet. Preview five albums due during next month's relative calm.
The two Kansans play a mean roadhouse blues. Hear a live performance and conversation.
Watch the blues singer and guitarist play "Angel From Montgomery" live in Philadelphia with Amos Lee, and hear an intimate conversation.
For the East Nashville songwriter, a recent string of family crises inspired some dark new songs.
The Swedish pop-rock trio performs songs from its new album, Breakin' Point.
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