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Best Sessions Of 2013: Graham Nash

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The two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer reflects on his musical journey through pop and folk-rock.

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The Fab Four: A Beatles Cover Band On World Cafe

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The California-based band talks with host David Dye about its Beatles-intensive holiday album, Hark!

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Nick Lowe On World Cafe

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The English singer-songwriter performs a live set, including music from his new holiday album.

Nick Lowe On World Cafe

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The Polyphonic Spree On World Cafe

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The gigantic band has taken its joyful, exuberant "Holiday Extravaganza" on the road.

The Polyphonic Spree On World Cafe

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Vintage Cafe: Dave Matthews Band

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In this 1994 session, the then-up-and-coming group plays a reflective and enthusiastic live set.

Dave Matthews Band On World Cafe

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Daughter On World Cafe

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The English trio performs songs from its debut full-length, If You Leave, live at the WXPN studio.

Daughter On World Cafe

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J. Roddy Walston & The Business On World Cafe

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The piano-driven Southern rock band performs songs from its new album, Essential Tremors.

J. Roddy Walston & The Business On World Cafe

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Midlake On World Cafe

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The ever-evolving Texas folk-rock group performs material from its new album, Antiphon.

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Deer Tick On World Cafe

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The Rhode Island rock band visits WXPN to perform songs from its latest album, Negativity.

Deer Tick On World Cafe

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