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Siblings Angus and Julia Stone recently visited the World Cafe studios for an interview and performance.
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September 7, 2010 The Australian siblings released their fourth album, Down the Way, earlier this year. Host David Dye catches up with them before their series of sold-out concerts Down Under.
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Angus and Julia Stone will take the stage at WXPN as part of the station's Friday concert series.
June 11, 2010 A brother-and-sister act, Angus and Julia Stone are known around the globe for their ability to mesh two strong, separate vocal styles into an artfully mixed combination: Julia's light tones intermingle with Angus' rough, emotive baritone in arresting fashion. Hear the pair perform live in concert from WXPN and World Cafe Live in Philadelphia.
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May 19, 2009 For years Angus and Julia Stone played open mic nights as solo artists. Angus channeled '70s rock and Julia took to folk. But soon the brother and sister found their stellar sum outweighed the individual parts. The two perform material from A Book Like This in a session from WXPN.
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