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For Tom Scharpling, Wanting To Be Part Of Something Bigger 'Never Ends'
In this episode of World Cafe, Tom Scharpling talks about his memoir,
It Never Ends
, and the way music â€” including how his desire to be part of something: a band, a joke, anything â€” has shaped his life.
Heavy Rotation: 10 Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing
This August, NPR member stations bring you a mix of the most popular songs on their airwaves, featuring music from Arlo Parks, Japanese Breakfast, Lucy Dacus and more.
On 'Drama,' Rodrigo Amarante Reconsiders Masculinity Through Childhood Memories
Inspired by a memory of Rodrigo Amarante's father asking the young singer-songwriter â€” as a child â€” to cut his hair,
is the perfect slice of lush, tropical jazz-inspired pop.
To Jackson Browne, Songwriting Is A Game Of Revision
Songwriting is a craft. No one follows through on that promise more than Jackson Browne.
Tarriona 'Tank' Ball Gets 'Vulnerable AF'
With the pandemic initiating a much needed break from touring, Tank and the Bangas frontperson Tarriona Ball finds the time to debut her poetry book,
On 'Home Video,' Lucy Dacus Translates Her Life Into Song
is a collection of personal moments from Lucy Dacus' life, translated into song by way of her vulnerable, honest lyricism.
Leslie Jordan Embraces His Newfound Internet Fame With 'Company's Comin''
The actor's debut album is a collection of hymns, reinterpreted by him and guest artists like Brandi Carlile, Dolly Parton and TJ Osborne.
Twin Shadow Comes Home For His Latest Sonic Shift
Exploring the sounds of his youth â€” with soul and punk music at the core â€” was exactly what singer-songwriter George Lewis Jr. needed to do.
Hiss Golden Messenger Performs Songs From Throughout His Career
You might wonder why Hiss Golden Messenger's new album is called
Quietly Blowing It
â€” because bandleader M.C. Taylor has
been blowing it at all.
Brittney Spencer Follows Her Own Light
For every time that someone succeeds by following certain markers, there's someone who succeeds by following their own light. Brittney Spencer is the latter.
The Culture Corner: How Outkast Put Atlanta On The Map As Hip-Hop's New Epicenter
Jakob Dylan Is Serious About His Craft
Get To Know Delgres, The French Band Named After An Anti-Slavery Freedom Fighter
Live Broadcast: Japanese Breakfast Closes Out 5 Nights At Union Transfer
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