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The Lone Bellow's album, Half Moon Light, is out next Friday. Hear live performances of a few new songs in this session. Shervin Lainez/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Lone Bellow On World Cafe

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Leif Vollebekk performing live for World Cafe Jamie Stow/WXPN hide caption

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Leif Vollebekk On World Cafe

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Tyler Childers outside the World Cafe Performance Studio Galea McGregor/WXPN hide caption

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Tyler Childers On World Cafe

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Samantha Fish performing live for World Cafe Jamie Stow/WXPN hide caption

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Samantha Fish On World Cafe

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Marcus King performs solo in front of an intimate audience at The Lounge at World Cafe Jamie Stow/WXPN hide caption

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Marcus King On World Cafe

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Hiss Golden Messenger Graham Tolbert/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Hiss Golden Messenger On World Cafe

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The Growlers On World Cafe

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The New Pornographers performing live at WXPN's Free At Noon Concert - recorded live for the World Cafe. Jamie Stow/WXPN hide caption

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The New Pornographers On World Cafe

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Michaela Anne performing at WXPN's Free At Noon Concert, recorded live for World Cafe. Jamie Stow/WXPN hide caption

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Michaela Anne On World Cafe

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Puss N Boots on World Cafe

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Clairo outside the World Cafe Performance studio at WXPN in Philadelphia. Galea McGregor/WXPN hide caption

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How Clairo Turned A Viral Bedroom Video Into A Successful Music Career

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Michael Kiwanuka went to music school, but he thinks technical knowledge is less important than passion and free expression. Olivia Rose/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Michael Kiwanuka On World Cafe

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Tom Petty's "I Won't Back Down" is one of Jeff Lynne's favorite songs to have co-written. Joseph Cultice/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Jeff Lynne On World Cafe

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"They were very musical and they made great songs and had great harmonies," Chrissie Hynde says of The Beach Boys. "I only didn't appreciate them then because I was tripping my brains out and listening to Jimi Hendrix." Jill Furmanovsky/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Chrissie Hynde On World Cafe

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