Ann Delisi On World Cafe : World Cafe The host of WDET-FM's Essential Music highlights Detroit's top five new acts for Sense of Place. The chosen musicians range from atmospheric roots rockers to a '50s-pop-inspired band led by a 16-year-old.
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Ann Delisi On World Cafe

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Playlist

  • "Another Satellite" by Fur
  • "You Got Me" by Blaire Alise & the Bombshells
  • "Strange" by American Mars
  • "Can You Feel Me Now" by Flint Eastwood
  • "Lookee' For A Reason" by The Appleseed Collective

To find out about up-and-coming local bands for our Sense of Place stop in Detroit, we went straight to one of the city's best-known sources: Ann Delisi, host of Ann Delisi's Essential Music on NPR member station WDET-FM.

A close observer of Detroit's music scene for many years, Delisi picked five bands to feature — and their diverse sounds may surprise you. On this episode, listeners will hear from atmospheric roots rockers American Mars; Fur, who had their music licensed by the TV drama Homeland; Blair Alise & the Bombshells, whose lead singer is 16 years old; the sibling duo Flint Eastwood; and the acoustic band The Appleseed Collective.

World Cafe Playlist for October 25, 2013