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Bonnie Raitt on World Cafe

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Since the start of her career, Bonnie Raitt's performance of roadhouse rockers, pop ballads, funky sophistication and plenty else has evidenced a deep understanding of mutuality and its absence. Her new album, Just Like That..., is out April 22. Ken Friedman/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The tribute album features Bonnie Raitt (pictured), Jackson Brown, Taj Mahal, Chrissie Hynde and Elivis Costello, among others. Marina Chavez/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'A Tribute To Mose Allison' Celebrates The Music Of An Exciting Jazz Master

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On this episode of World Cafe, we discuss Bonnie Raitt's 1989 release Nick of Time. Terry Wyatt/Getty Images for Americana Music hide caption

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William Bell collaborated with producer John Leventhal on an album titled This Is Where I Live. Ginette Callaway hide caption

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Ken Tucker's Top 10 Favorite Albums Of 2016

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Love For The Lead Guitar: Guest DJ Eljuri

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Bonnie Raitt accepts her Lifetime Achievement Award at the Americana Music Awards in Nashville on Sept. 12, 2012. Susan Bibeau/Folk Alley hide caption

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Bonnie Raitt's latest album, Slipstream, is the first release on her own Redwing Records label. Marina Chavez hide caption

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Bonnie Raitt: A Brand-New Model For A Classic Sound

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Bonnie Raitt's 'Slipstream': A Barnstorming Good Time

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Bonnie Raitt's new album, Slipstream, comes out April 10. Matt Mindlin hide caption

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Listen To 'Slipstream' In Its Entirety

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Muddy Waters pioneered Chicago's now-signature electric blues. Keystone/Getty Images hide caption

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