Peter Case performs on Mountain Stage.
September 21, 2011 Years after his recovery from emergency heart surgery, the guitarist has returned to making music. His new album, Wig!, recalls his earlier garage-rock days. The Mountain Stage Band gives him a hand with this performance.
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Peter Case, seen her in his California studio, performed live on World Cafe.
January 11, 2011 The songwriter has seen it all during his lengthy career. He sits down with World Cafe host David Dye to reflect on his 35 years in music and perform live in the WXPN studios.
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January 12, 2009 The singer-songwriter has written a new memoir about his journey from New York to San Francisco, where he began his musical career. Here, he performs songs from his latest album, Let Us Now Praise Sleepy John.
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September 7, 2007 Some songs rely more on the ferocity of the person singing it than the song itself. On "I'm Gonna Change My Ways," Peter Case testifies with the conviction of a true believer and howls with the intensity of a recent convert.
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