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U.S. Girls on World Cafe

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John Mayer performs at Irving Plaza in February 2002 in support of his debut full-length studio album, Room for Squares. Chad Rachman/AP hide caption

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Classic World Cafe with John Mayer

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The War On Drugs On World Cafe

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Steve Earle On World Cafe

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Sheryl Crow won three Grammy awards in 1995, including record of the year for "All I Wanna Do" off her album, Tuesday Night Music Club. For this session, we revisit her 1993 interview about her debut. Mark J. Terrill/AP hide caption

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Classic World Cafe with Sheryl Crow

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Bruce Springsteen's song "Radio Nowhere" is featured in our Public Radio Music Day playlist of songs about the radio. Jewel Samad/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Maggie Koerner On World Cafe

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Caroline Rose on World Cafe

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Desiré Moses says you can't talk about the music of Charlottesville, Va., without mentioning that Dave Matthews Band got its start here all those years ago. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images hide caption

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Desiré Moses, Guest DJ on World Cafe

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Best Coast On World Cafe

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Soccer Mommy On World Cafe

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Aubrie Sellers (left) with guitarist Ethan Ballinger (right) inside the World Cafe Performance Studio. Galea McGregor/WXPN hide caption

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Aubrie Sellers On World Cafe

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Great Grandpa On World Cafe

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