Moreland & Arbuckle perform at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia. Sydney Schaefer/WXPN hide caption

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Moreland & Arbuckle On World Cafe

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Latin Roots: Quiero Creedence

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Bonnie Raitt performs live at WXPN's Non-COMMvention at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia. Joe Del Tufo /WXPN hide caption

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Bonnie Raitt on World Cafe

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Elizabeth Cook outside the World Cafe performance studio at WXPN in Philadelphia. Sydney Schaefer/WXPN hide caption

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Elizabeth Cook on World Cafe

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Esmé Patterson performs live at Non-Comm 2016 in Philadelphia. Jeremy Zimmerman/WXPN hide caption

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Esmé Patterson on World Cafe

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Glenn Morrow On World Cafe

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Birds Of Chicago On World Cafe

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Frightened Rabbit On World Cafe

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Bob Mehr on World Cafe

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Heron Oblivion performs live at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia. Sydney Schaefer/WXPN hide caption

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Heron Oblivion On World Cafe

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Darrell Scott on World Cafe

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