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Lydia Loveless On World Cafe

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Lydia Loveless On World Cafe

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Lydia Loveless On World Cafe

Lydia Loveless On World Cafe

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Lydia Loveless released her third album, Somewhere Else, early this year. The 23-year-old released her first album when she was 19, though it was filled with songs she'd written early in her teenage years. By any measure, that's a lot of music in a short amount of time.

On this episode of World Cafe, we'll talk to the self-proclaimed "loud introvert" about her country-punk music and her life growing up in rural Ohio. Of course, we'll hear her perform with her band — including a web-only song called "Somewhere Else."

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Lydia Loveless.

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Lydia Loveless On World Cafe

01All I Know

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02Hurt So Bad

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03Come Over

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04Somewhere Else

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