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Favorite Sessions

Dylan LeBlanc: Young At Heart

WFUV On-Air: Music Discovery Starts Here

Hear the Southern singer-songwriter perform folk songs from his debut album, Pauper's Field.

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World Cafe

Villagers On World Cafe

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Hear talented Irish songwriter Conor O'Brien perform four tunes from his debut album.

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The 'Roots And Grooves' Of Haiti's Wind Master

Omicil Jowee's latest album takes a musical world journey from Afro-jazz to Haitian kompa to soul.

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Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz

Willie Nelson On Piano Jazz

Country music's "Red-Headed Stranger" sings "The Nearness of You" and "Crazy" in a 2002 session.

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Ryan Montbleau Band: Night After Night

The singer-songwriter and his sextet are based in Boston -- when not touring 200 nights a year.

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