World Cafe

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Join the World Cafe through performances and interviews with celebrated and emerging artists.

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Billy Strings learned to play traditional bluegrass alongside his stepdad Terry Barber. Later, he thrashed in local VFW halls while in the metal scene. Then, he discovered his own sound.
Sometimes bass guitar can be an overlooked instrument. Sometimes it gets relegated to the background. Not today, my friends. Not today.
My Morning Jacket's latest album, The Waterfall II, is a collection of songs recorded in an isolated oceanside studio in Northern California.
We've got a live performance from Dawes and an interview with frontman Taylor Goldsmith.
World Cafe Nashville correspondent Ann Powers shares three recent releases that she's excited about.
Eilish and her brother and producer, Finneas, have been spending their time in quarantine writing new music. Hear about their songwriting process, plus a performance of three songs.
Married and musical duo Tanya Blount-Trotter and Michael Trotter Jr's second full-length tackles topics of jealousy in relationships gone wrong and one of Michael's lowest moments.
The Nashville singer-songwriter and Leagues frontman shares stories of how his latest album came to be.
The full band got together to record performances exclusively for World Cafe and you'll hear how they decided to tweak the tracks from their new album, The Main Thing.
On her new album, World on the Ground, Sarah Jarosz explores the real and imaginary characters of her hometown.
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