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Charlie Louvin On World Cafe

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The Black Keys: The Fresh Air Interview

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Ladysmith Black Mambazo: Back To The Beginning

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Camel Zekri: Fusing Cultural Identities Through Fusion Music

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Joe Lovano: Playing 'Bird Songs' As Modern Jazz

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Gang Of Four: New 'Content,' Same Classic Sound

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Wanda Jackson: Getting The 'Party' Started

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Music writer Tom Moon has just released Into The Ojal√°, his first album in over 20 years. Birdie Busch/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Into the Ojala

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Charlie Louvin: Remembering Country's Harmonizer

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Wanda Jackson: Her Party Ain't Over

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On Mission Bell, Amos Lee keeps coming back to the idea that moving on means leaving things behind. Courtesy of Harper Smith hide caption

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Amos Lee: Sharing Moments With Strangers

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The Dismemberment Plan: Back In Business

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