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


Sophie Allison has a keen understanding of how music works – not just the technical intricacies, but how it all fits together, too.
Get a sneak preview of new songs from a man who has a pretty expansive worldview.
In this session, hear Sellers perform songs from her new album. We also discuss her journey and the joy of anonymity in a new place.
Pruitt's debut album beautifully recounts her experience growing up in a family that didn't always accept, much less understand, her choices.
Huey Lewis and the News just released the group's first new full-length album of original music in almost two decades.
Hear a mini-concert of songs from the band's sophomore album in this session.
Known for his gruff, tattooed, bearded look and his foot-stomping, sing-along songs, Rateliff has released a soul-baring new solo record.
The band brings its high-energy psychedelic funk to a room packed with characters – including a wizard – in this live performance.
Hear a live performance of "Heather's Letters to Her Mother," a song about a young woman who was murdered while peacefully protesting the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., in 2017.
The band is made up of five close friends who've been playing together for 10 years. You can hear that sense of close collaboration in this mini-concert.
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