Acclaimed musician Pepe Romero represents one of several generations of guitarists in his family.
January 27, 2005
Pepe Romero's Spanish Guitar
Led by renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma, the Silk Road Ensemble performs music from ancient China.
January 26, 2005
Yo-Yo Ma's Silk Road Ensemble
Brandi Carlile spent her early days playing music and learning to sing alongside her siblings.
January 23, 2005
Brandi Carlile in-studio on World Cafe - 09/20/2005
Australian Kasey Chambers is making a name for herself in American roots music.
January 16, 2005
Kasey Chambers: 'Wayward Angel'
There are signs the Donnas are growing up: They're using their real names now, for one thing.
January 8, 2005
The Donnas Graduate to a New Class of Rock
Krauss and her band will start a tune again and again until it sounds as good as they imagine it.
January 4, 2005
Alison Krauss & Union Station: Bluegrass Perfection
Singer Mary Chapin Carpenter performs from her farmhouse in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
November 25, 2004
Mary Chapin Carpenter: A Thanksgiving Special
Brazzaville is a Los Angeles-based sextet with a worldly outlook, and their sound has been described as "musty noir tropicalia" with influences from Latin America and the Mideast. The band's new CD November 19, 2004 Welcome to... Brazzaville — Day to Day producer Christopher Johnson profiles the band's leader, David Brown.
'Welcome to Brazzaville': Well-Traveled Rock 'n' Roll
The front man for the band Karate stops by to talk and play music from his new CD, November 2, 2004 Pockets.
It's been nearly 17 years since the Junkies recorded their debut album, September 22, 2004 The Trinity Session. Singer Margo Timmins and her brother Michael stop by NPR.
Cowboy Junkies, A Long Way from 'Trinity'