World Cafe

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The premier guide for new and significant artists in rock, blues, and folk - including NPR-syndicated World Cafe ®

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24/7 Musical discovery. A unique mix of emerging and heritage blues, rock, world, folk, and alt-country artists. Jingle Jams. An eclectic assortment of holiday tunes, from the new and quirky to the classic.

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World Cafe Archives

Join Talia Schlanger as she navigates the World Cafe through performances and interviews with celebrated and emerging artists.

Folk Alley

Folk music radio streaming on the web; Americana, Roots Music, recordings, and stories from folk's best.

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The R&B singer's new record is intricate and organic. It's the sum of his many influences, including pop, cumbia and childhood days spent interrupting Philip Glass' practice sessions.
"Your true life exists in between the period of time where you stop being an ass and something kills you," Mayer says. "That's your life, and I just started my life."
In this session, the Throwing Muses frontwoman and author shares a few of her many compelling stories, including the tale of rescuing her kids from a burning tour bus.
The English folk artist teamed up with the American singer-songwriter and producer for an album of covers, performed live in this session.
The Swedish singer-songwriter's new album feels like going to a tropical roller disco with your therapist. Hear an interview and live performance.
In this session, hear a different sound than you're used to from Tame Impala's touring bassist, whose debut solo record was championed by Jackson Browne.
The Nashville guitar-and-pedal-steel duo played a special session to help launch the World Cafe Nashville series late last year. Relive that performance.
The trauma of a near-death experience could have ended the rock veteran's career, but his latest album, Burn Something Beautiful, proves otherwise.
Wyatt discusses the firsthand experience with incarceration that informed her album Felony Blues. "People get stuck in the system," she says. "I feel like that's a great injustice to our society."
After 25 years, Friday marks the World Cafe host's last day helming the show full-time. Read his farewell note.
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