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Amadou and Mariam are two blind musicians from Mali who met, fell in love with each other's musicianship and became global Afropop sensations. The duo performs music from its new album, La Confusion.
Portland, Ore.'s The Decemberists and British singer-songwriter Olivia Chaney teamed up to reimagine traditional British folk songs. Hear a performance recorded at the XPoNential Music Festival.
The band performs songs from its latest album, Walk Into A Storm, inside Sound State Studios.
Hear live performances by Joan Shelley, Whitehorse, National Reserve.
The Canadian troubadour may have just released his 33rd record, but his lyrics have the urgent feel of a passionate artist just starting out. He stops by World Cafe for an interview and performance.
One of the definitive bands in 1990s shoegaze, Ride is back with a new album called Weather Diaries. Hear a World Cafe performance and interview.
Hear the Floridian blues musician perform music from his latest record, Pick Your Poison, live with his band in the World Cafe studio.
The Toronto band is back with a sophomore album that serves up the same spirit of jangly jams with dark lyrical undertones, filtered through a summer's haze.
The songwriter has gone from playing dive bars to performing at the Grand Ole Opry. Hear Ashley McCryde's studio performance, recorded live at Nashville's Sound Stage Studios.
The legendary guitarist and voice of Pink Floyd joins World Cafe to discuss David Gilmour Live At Pompeii, recorded in the same ancient Roman amphitheater as Pink Floyd's 1971 concert film.
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