Wanda Jackson recently performed with Jack White on World Cafe. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Wanda Jackson On World Cafe
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The readers of Guitar Player magazine recently named Joe Robinson "Best New Talent." Simone Cecchetti/ hide caption

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Joe Robinson: Self-Taught Guitar Virtuoso
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The Rhode Island quartet The Low Anthem recently played a session for WFUV in New York City. Ryan Mastro/Courtesy of Shore Fire Media hide caption

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The Low Anthem: Folk Music 3.0
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Ridin' the green wave in the digital liner notes to Wadge's Grindcore Lu'au. YZR Craftsman JP/Courtesy of Grindcore Karaoke hide caption

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Brothers Stijn (left) and Steven Kolacny lead the Scala and Kolacny Brothers choir as conductor and pianist, respectively. Fratelli BVBA/Courtesy of Shore Fire Media hide caption

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Scala And Kolacny Brothers: Rock's Heavenly Choir
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Chicago salsa band La Solucion performs in the '70s. Courtesy of The Numero Group hide caption

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The Secret History Of Chicago Salsa
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Grouplove made its U.S. radio debut on KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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KCRW Presents: Grouplove
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Raul Malo performs on World Cafe courtesy of Jim Herrington hide caption

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Raul Malo On World Cafe
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Fading Parade
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Bluegrass and Americana artist Jim Lauderdale joined host David Dye on World Cafe. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Jim Lauderdale On World Cafe
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The Vagrants: A Hot '60s Band, For Exactly Four Years
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