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Mount Moriah On World Cafe

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The North Carolina band performs powerful, country-tinged songs from its new album, Miracle Temple.

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Frightened Rabbit On World Cafe

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The Scottish rock band performs punchy, driving anthems from its latest album, Pedestrian Verse.

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Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside On World Cafe

The Portland band's raw, bluesy rockabilly sound shines on its latest album, Untamed Beast.

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Bonnie 'Prince' Billy & Dawn McCarthy On World Cafe

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The singers perform classic Everly Brothers tunes from their new album, What the Brothers Sang.

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The Slide Brothers On World Cafe

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The virtuoso pedal-steel band plays songs from its debut album, Robert Randolph Presents The Slide Brothers, and discusses its transition from performing in churches to playing clubs.

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