David "Honeyboy" Edwards was recorded by musicologist Alan Lomax for the Library of Congress. Alice Winkler/NPR hide caption

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'Honeyboy,' The Last Link To Delta Blues

Edwards is one of the last musicians who knew the iconic bluesman Robert Johnson.

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Tedeschi Trucks Band On World Cafe WXPN-FM

The blues-rock power couple perform together and discuss their long-awaited collaboration.

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Eleanor Friedberger On World Cafe WXPN-FM

Hear a live performance of songs from the indie rocker's artfully understated solo debut.

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KCRW Presents: Portugal The Man KCRW-FM

Formed in Alaska, the rock band performs live on KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic with Jason Bentley.

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Vintage Cafe: James Blake WXPN-FM

Hear the acclaimed London electronic producer perform three cuts from his self-titled debut album.

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