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George Stanford in Concert
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'Rolling Stone' Hits Newsstands in India
In more than a decade of making music, Wilco has weathered a tumultuous label change, infighting and lineup changes, drug addiction, and depression. But it's also emerged as one of the most innovative, influential, and widely revered bands making music today. Hear the group perform a full concert, webcast live on NPR.org from Washington, D.C.'s 9:30 Club on Wednesday, Feb. 27. John Doe will open the show.
Stripped down, slightly reserved and delicately acoustic, Un Deux Trois, a trio from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, is a departure from frontwoman Heather McEntire's other established project, Bellafea. She has a textured, raspy voice that can sound ethereal, vulnerable and haunting at times. Her voice is featured against a simple instrument setup in Un Deux Trois' latest EP, Lovers.
"Everything That is Happening is Happening"
Les Savy Fav in Studio on KEXP 11/30/07
Bell X1 in Studio on World Cafe 2/26/08
Saxophones from Taiwan Aiming for the Pros