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Rachel Yamagata On World Cafe

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Katie Melua, A Georgian Voice Made Good In The West, Comes Home

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In Andy Grammer's New Video, A Call To Act Against Homelessness

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Jonatha Brooke On World Cafe

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Here Are The Songs The NPR Politics Podcast Team Never Wants To Hear Again

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DIANA's new album, Familiar Touch, comes out Nov. 18. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Guest DJ: AURORA On Her Love Of Heavy Metal And Leonard Cohen

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Devo's Mark Mothersbaugh On The Synths That Changed Pop Forever

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At 92, Charles Aznavour Is Still With His First Love — His Audience

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New Mix: Run The Jewels, Flaming Lips, John Prine, More

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