Buddy Guy's new CD pairs him with guests from Tracy Chapman and John Mayer to Keith Richards.
Buddy Guy in Studio on World Cafe - 10/13/2005
Sigur Ros' music has often been compared to the vast and dreamy landscape of their homeland.
Sigur Ros in Studio on World Cafe - 10/28/2005
The Seattle-based singer's trademark smart-pop has won her fans across the spectrum.
Laura Veirs in Studio on World Cafe - 10/27/2005
The alt-country band the Knitters is led by John Doe and Exene Cervenka of the punk band X.
The Knitters in Studio on World Cafe - 10/26/2005
Chris Martin and his band Coldplay have found success again with the band's latest, X&Y.
Coldplay in Studio on World Cafe - 10/07/2005
A Southern California trio known for polished, traditional bluegrass takes on a darker tinge.
Nickel Creek, Playing with 'Fire'
Cripple Crow is Devendra Banhart's new release of artful, alternative folk songs.
Devendra Banhart in Studio on World Cafe - 10/20/2005
The violinist stops by NPR to perform the "Melodie" as well as a sampling of Sarasate.
A Touch of Tchaikovsky from Joshua Bell
After poverty, gang life, and the sex industry, Candye Kane has earned the right to sing the blues.
Candye Kane in Studio on World Cafe - 10/19/2005
The Vanity Project is a new solo effort from Steven Page, a frontman of the Barenaked Ladies.
The Vanity Project in Studio on World Cafe - 10/12/2005