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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.

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The Irishman joins us at Reservoir Studios in New York City to perform songs from his new album, Between Two Shores.
A raw, rare guitarist that stops you in your tracks. Hear the Los Angeles-based artist live in the World Cafe studio.
Its roots are in the all-ages punk scene, but the band has evolved into one of the city's most musically compelling and lyrically insightful ensembles.
The pop star talks working with Stevie Nicks, the impact of #MeToo, when fame invites physical danger and why she's less comfortable with some of her lyrics today than when she wrote them.
Blind Boys explores the gospel roots of rock and soul with a live performance and new interview.
Montreal's indie folk ensemble is back in our studio, this time with a big twist.
The legendary guitarist turns our studio into a bluesman's front porch in Como, Mississippi.
Hear a live studio performance and find out how the group concocts its special musical brew.
The band's album The Thread That Keeps Us is jangly desert mashup of Western Americana, Latin influence and any other sounds Calexico has picked up along the trail.
Ranaldo's latest solo album Electric Trim is a lovely slice of indie pop. Hear the Sonic Youth guitarist in a live performance and new interview.
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