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At 19, Bailey Bryan Is Ready To 'Own It'

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The country-pop singer's debut single, "Own It," is all about embracing fluidity; her influences range from Taylor Swift to Chance the Rapper. We caught up with her at this year's CMA Fest.

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Favorite Sessions

Watch Kevin Morby Perform 'Crybaby' Live In The Studio

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Watch the former Woods bassist and current frontman of The Babies perform a song off his new solo album, City Music, in a live studio session for KCRW.

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Watch The Secret Sisters Play 'Mississippi' Live For Folk Alley

The Rogers sisters say this murder ballad both offers perspective on a character they introduced in an earlier song and reflects their own career challenges.

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Watch Nikki Lane Perform 'Jackpot' Live In The Studio

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In this session for KCRW, the Nashville country singer shows off her newfound confidence as a songwriter with a track from her latest album, Highway Queen.

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Revisit Gregg Allman's Last World Cafe Performance

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His 2011 record, Low Country Blues, was his first in 14 years. Produced by T-Bone Burnett, Blues featured covers of legendary artists like B.B. King and Muddy Waters.

Gregg Allman On World Cafe

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Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz

Dee Dee Bridgewater On Piano Jazz

The versatile, knowledgeable vocalist joins Marian McPartland for a set of Duke Ellington and Gershwin tunes.

Dee Dee Bridgewater On Piano Jazz

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