WXPNThe British rock legend visits the WXPN studio to discuss his new memoir, Americana: The Kinks, The Riff, The Road: The Story.
WXPNThe experimental band plays a funky, whimsical set live in Philadelphia for a special episode of World Cafe. Lead vocalist and songwriter Honus Honus also offers insight into the inspiration behind this year's On Oni Pond, as well as the darker 2011 album Life Fantastic.
WXPNThe North Carolina band plays songs from the provocatively titled I Hate Music, recorded live in the studio. In a discussion with host David Dye, frontman Mac McCaughan reveals some of the fan favorites from the new record.
WXPNThe former Soul Coughing frontman talks with host David Dye about why his years with the band were some of his darkest moments in life. He also plays a set of revamped Soul Coughing songs.
WXPNHear two songs from the Australian singer-guitarist — including her breakthrough, "Avant Gardener."
WXPNThe former Cat Stevens returned to the world of popular music with 2006's An Other Cup, his first secular studio album in 28 years. The disc contains old songs that were never recorded, songs he wrote in the last couple of years, and songs that he came up with once he reached the studio. Hear the musician perform four tracks from the record in this archived session from 2007.
WXPNWorld Cafe visited with the Toronto singer-songwriter in his West End neighborhood during the program's Sense of Place spotlight on Canada's music hotbed.
WXPNThe founding member of Steely Dan speaks with World Cafe host David Dye about his new memoir, Eminent Hipsters.
WXPNWith Bakersfield, the duo pays tribute to two of country music's most respected artists: Merle Haggard and Buck Owens. Hear the musicians perform a set of songs from the album.
WXPNHear three mouthwatering songs selected by Judy Cantor-Navas of Billboard magazine for Thanksgiving.