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Though his music is sometimes called Americana, Tyler Childers rejects that label. "I don't know what it's called, but I've been calling it country," he says in this session.
Nothing about the music Samantha Fish makes suggests that she's ever been shy. Hear a live performance in this session.
The band's lead singer Adrianne Lenker calls its last two records, both released last year, spiritual siblings.
Hear Marcus King perform songs from his new solo album and share his first memories of playing guitar from The Lounge at World Cafe Live.
After backing his wife Margo Price for years, Jeremy Ivey recorded his first solo album at the age of 41. The producer? Who else but Price.
M.C. Taylor's new album is so full of truth he originally wasn't sure if he should release it at all. Fortunately for us, he did.
On his latest album, Son Little pushes his signature blend of R&B and soul further than ever.
Already one of the biggest bands in the world, The Lumineers did something adventurous on the group's third album, 'III.'
The California band's music blends lo-fi surf-rock, garage rock, Americana and psychedelic into something so unique it needed to come up with its own genre.
With In the Morse Code of Brake Lights, the Canadian band delivers big, bright songs with thoughtful lyrics.
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