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Feist performs at the World Cafe 20th-anniversary concert.
May 28, 2012 Hear live performances from The Little Willies, Feist, Amos Lee, Dawes, The Tedeschi Trucks Band, Rhett Miller, Indigo Girls and John Hiatt.
John Hiatt and Robert Earl Keen.
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April 20, 2010 Now in its third year, the Cayamo Cruise is basically a concert at sea: a weeklong cruise through the Caribbean with a crew of musicians on board to provide entertainment. WXPN was there for this year's cruise in February to capture some of the nautical performances, including those by Hiatt and Keen.
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July 29, 2008 There's no better place to listen to music than in the driver's seat, looking out from behind a Cinemascope windshield. These five songs all feature some variation on driving, reaching a destination and, in some form or another, stopping along the way.
January 26, 2007 Guy Clark, Joe Ely, John Hiatt, and Lyle Lovett are four singer-songwriters who straddle folk and country music. On this program, they share some of their favorite new songs and old standards, slipping in a few tributes to the city of Los Angeles, home to the Disney Concert Hall.
September 11, 2006 Hiatt's newest album, Master of Disaster, features an edgy, funky sound, thanks largely to the assistance of The North Mississippi Allstars. Together, they assemble a collection of gritty country, blues, rock and jazz.
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July 3, 2005 Singer-songwriter John Hiatt has played in bar bands, backup bands and fronted his own groups. His songs turn into hits for other performers. He tells Liane Hansen about his music and his 21st album, Master of Disaster.
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June 8, 2005 The much-awaited new CD from Coldplay; Electronic psychedelica from Kasabian; Indian high-tech raga by Midival Punditz; Portuguese ambient folk from Madredeus; Lost '60s folk: Pearls Before Swine; Country-rock singer/songwriter John Hiatt; The remarkable jazz pianist Eldar Djangirov; Elder statesman of jazz, Hank Jones; Dream pop from L.A.'s Devics; US-Armenian metal from System of a Down.
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May 19, 2003 Rock critic Ken Tucker reviews Beneath This Gruff Exterior, the new album by John Hiatt and a new John Hiatt tribute album, The Songs of John Hiatt.
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March 23, 2001 Bob Edwards talks with singer-songwriter John Hiatt. Hiatt dropped by NPR's studios recently and performed songs from his new CD, Crossing Muddy Waters.
March 22, 2001 Host Bob Edwards talks with singer-songwriter John Hiatt during his recent visit to NPR's Studio 4A. Hiatt performs songs from his new Vanguard CD, Crossing Muddy Waters.
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