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Vintage Cafe – There Is God In Everything Mavis Staples Sings
Portland’s Blitzen Trapper With An Not-To-Be-Missed Live Set And Songwriter Eric Early Talks Hip Hop

January 17, 2014 - Blitzen Trapper, the band from Oregon, join us again on The Cafe today. Members of the group grew up in Salem, Oregon and the band formed 2000 in Portland where they now live. They signed to Sub Pop in 2007 and released their seventh album called VII last year.
Glasgow’s Travis Are Back And Charming As Ever
British Folk Trio Bear’s Den Warm Up The Cafe Studio
Kevin Barnes And Of Montreal Dial Back The Dazzle And Commit To Songwriting On The New Album Lousy With Sylvianbriar.
Colin Blunstone And Rod Argent Are Still The Zombies – Music From The Past 50 Years On Our Vintage Cafe

January 13, 2014 - It was 1964 when the jazzy kind of sophisticated single "She's Not There" showed another side of the British Invasion. That was the beginnings of The Zombies.
Rosanne Cash’s Musical Journey Follows Rivers and Threads

January 10, 2014 - Two things have come together for Rosanne Cash: Her deepening understanding of her place in embracing her father Johnny Cash’s legacy and her desire to only make albums that expand on a theme.

The Dismemberment Plan is a Washington, DC based indie rock band that started in 1993, developed a strong following for a decade and four discs, and then went quiet.

January 9, 2014 - Imagine their surprise when they came back together for a charity show in 2007 and fans packed clubs. They reunited permanently in 2010. Uncanney Valley, released last year, is their first new album since 2003 and many are calling it their best.

Nashville’s Wild Feathers Don’t Play Americana, They Play American Music.

January 8, 2014 - Our guests today the Nashville based band Wild Feathers play what they call American music. They call it that to distinguish it from Americana music

Diego Garcia Sings and Writes His Way To Paradise On New Album

January 7, 2014 - We welcome the singer songwriter Diego Garcia back to the World Cafe today. We met the handsome Argentine, by way of New York, in 2011 when he released his lovelorn album Laura.

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