NPR Music and WXPN in Philadelphia will webcast Joan Osborne live from World Cafe Live on Friday at noon ET. i

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NPR Music and WXPN in Philadelphia will webcast Joan Osborne live from World Cafe Live on Friday at noon ET.

NPR Music and WXPN in Philadelphia will webcast Joan Osborne live from World Cafe Live on Friday at noon ET.

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Joan Osborne has just returned to the national stage with an album of her favorite blues and R&B songs, Bring It On Home. The collection, co-produced with guitarist Jack Petruzzelli, features tracks made famous by Muddy Waters, Ray Charles, Al Green and Otis Redding.

Osborne offered her interpretations of these classic cuts during a webcast from World Cafe Live in Philadelphia on Friday, April 6.

Set List
  • "I'm Qualified"
  • "I Don't Need No Doctor"
  • "I Wanna Be Loved"
  • "Shake Your Hips"
  • "Game of Love"
  • "Same Love That Made Me Laugh"
  • "Champagne & Wine"
  • "Rhymes"
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