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Moby On World Cafe

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Listen to a six-song acoustic performance, recorded at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia.

Moby On World Cafe

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Song Travels

Ann Hampton Callaway On 'Song Travels'

The Tony-nominated actress performs standards, plus a medley of "People" and "Being Alive."

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Okkervil River On World Cafe

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The Austin band plays songs from its new album, The Silver Gymnasium, on today's Vintage Cafe.

Okkervil River On World Cafe

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Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz

Dianne Reeves On Piano Jazz

One of the preeminent jazz singers of our time sings "Softly, As in a Morning Sunrise" and more.

Dianne Reeves On Piano Jazz

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Suzanne Vega Talks New Album, 'Tom's Diner' And More

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A conversation with the folk-pop icon, who discusses how "Tom's Diner" gave her hip-hop cred.

Suzanne Vega On World Cafe

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Favorite Sessions

KCRW Presents: Hozier

The Irish singer shows off his American blues influences in a performance of "Take Me to Church."

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Vintage Cafe: Ásgeir

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One in 10 people in Iceland own singer-songwriter Ásgeir's first album. Hear him perform live.

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Rosanne Cash On World Cafe

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Listen to songs from the World Cafe Live stage, inspired by journeys through Johnny Cash's South.

Rosanne Cash On World Cafe

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St. Vincent On World Cafe

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Hear the inventive musician perform songs from her new self-titled album live on stage.

St. Vincent On World Cafe

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