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Wanda Jackson On World Cafe

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Hear the queen of rockabilly play with Jack White and the Third Man House Band.

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The Rhode Island quartet The Low Anthem recently played a session for WFUV in New York City. Ryan Mastro/Courtesy of Shore Fire Media hide caption

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The Low Anthem: Folk Music 3.0

WFUV On-Air: Music Discovery Starts Here

Hear the Rhode Island band's ghostly brand of Americana in this session with WFUV in New York City.

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KCRW Presents: Grouplove

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Listen to the giddily energetic Los Angeles band's U.S. radio debut on Morning Becomes Eclectic.

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Raul Malo On World Cafe

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Hear the multi-instrumentalist perform his unique blend of Latin and country music.

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Jim Lauderdale On World Cafe

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The two-time Grammy winner speaks with host David Dye about his new album.

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Noveller: An Orchestra Of One

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Hear Sarah Lipstate and her guitar create an orchestra of sound in WNYC's Soundcheck studio.

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Vintage Cafe: Roger Waters

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Hear Waters discuss his latest project, The Wall Live, with guest host Michaela Majoun in 2011.

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Summer Fiction On World Cafe

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Hear the Philadelphia singer-songwriter play songs from his eponymous debut as Summer Fiction.

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Afropean Soul Sisters Bring A 'Nu Revolution'

They burst onto the international music scene more than a decade ago, with a blend of European and African styles they call "Afropean." Now the French-based duo, Les Nubians is back with a new album serves up more of their global soulful sound. Guest host Farai Chideya speaks with the singing sisters about their latest project, as they perform a selection of songs off their album, titled Nu Revolution.

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Broken Records On World Cafe

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Hear the anthemic Scottish group perform songs from its latest album, Let Me Come Home.

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