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World Cafe

Matt Pond On World Cafe

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After relocating and reevaluating, Pond lent his likable voice to more heartfelt, sturdy songs.

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The Lone Bellow On World Cafe

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The folk-rock trio plays songs from its debut album and discusses its lyrical inspiration.

The Lone Bellow On World Cafe

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Stacy Sullivan On Piano Jazz

The vocalist performs a set of standards, including a few tunes from her tribute to Peggy Lee.

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Pat Metheny On Piano Jazz

The ever-evolving guitarist plays Ornette Coleman with a joyous, carnivalesque groove on Piano Jazz.

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Sons Of Fathers: Texas Rockers, Inspired By Their Dads

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The raucous, rootsy folk-rock duo performs songs from its most recent album, Burning Days.

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Thao And The Get Down Stay Down: New Home, New Album

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The folk-rock band plays songs from its new album, which was inspired by a move to San Francisco.

Thao And The Get Down Stay Down: New Home, New Album

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Allan Harris On Piano Jazz

The velvet-voiced singer, guitarist and composer plays standards and tunes from his musical.

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