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Perfume Genius On World Cafe

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Jonathan Wilson On World Cafe

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Rufus Wainwright's new album is called Unfollow the Rules. He says the title comes from something his daughter said to him, and which he uses to express the need to reexamine the world. Tony Hauser/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Rufus Wainwright On World Cafe

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Paul Beaubrun On World Cafe

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Jaime Wyatt On World Cafe

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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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