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Sam Phillips On World Cafe

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Hear the ever-evolving singer-songwriter perform four songs from her new album, Push Any Button.

Sam Phillips On World Cafe

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Foy Vance On World Cafe

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The Irish singer-songwriter performs spellbinding songs from his recent album Joy of Nothing.

Foy Vance On World Cafe

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The Clash On World Cafe

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The group's surviving members visit WXPN to discuss the development and evolution of their image.

The Clash On World Cafe

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Luella & The Sun, Live At The Philly Folk Festival

XPN

Hear songs recorded during the roots band's recent performance at the Philadelphia Folk Festival.

Luella & The Sun On World Cafe

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Vintage Cafe: Vampire Weekend

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Hear a 2008 session with the New York band, which crafts a unique sound from unlikely genres.

Vampire Weekend On World Cafe

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Favorite Sessions

Jim James, 'State Of The Art' (Live)

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Watch the My Morning Jacket singer perform a special show at the Apogee Studios in Santa Monica.

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Little Comets On World Cafe

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The British trio visits WXPN to perform songs from its percussive and thought-provoking U.S. debut.

Little Comets On World Cafe

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Dr. Dog On World Cafe

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The Philly band performs a soulful set of songs from the new B-Room, live in its own studio.

Dr. Dog On World Cafe

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