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Selwyn Birchwood inside the World Cafe performance studio. Rich McKie/WXPN hide caption

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Selwyn Birchwood On World Cafe

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Charles Berry Jr. On World Cafe

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Robert Cray & Hi Rhythm, with Steve Jordan on drums, perform live at WXPN's 2017 Non-COMMvention in Philadelphia, Pa. John Vettese /WXPN hide caption

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Robert Cray and Steve Jordan On World Cafe

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Dan Auerbach, frontman and guitarist for The Black Keys, has a new solo album out called Waiting On A Song. Alysse Gafkjen hide caption

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Dan Auerbach Guest DJs, Spinning The Music That Inspired His New Record

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