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Robert Finley On World Cafe

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    Robert Finley on World Cafe Robert Finley's musical career spans over 50 years, but he didn't release his first album until the age of 62. When Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys heard a performance, he knew he had to work with Finley, who Auerbach calls: "The Best Soul Singer Alive." In a conversation with host Stephen Kallao, we'll his story, from growing up in Louisiana, to leading an army band while serving in Europe in the '70s. Plus a live performance from his new album, Goin' Platinum! Robert Finley, on the next World Cafe.
He's loved music and performing his whole life. Now, he has finally released his debut album in his early 60s.
Described by Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys as the "greatest soul singer alive," Robert Finley joined us for a live session. His story is a quintessential American one of perseverance. He's loved music and performing his whole life, and now finally released his first album in his early 60s.

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