World Cafe Next: The Wooden Sky : World Cafe The Toronto band's new album, Let's Be Ready, showcases its self-described "fuzz folk."
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World Cafe Next: The Wooden Sky

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World Cafe Next: The Wooden Sky

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Set List

  • Saturday Night
  • Baby Hold On

Six albums in, World Cafe catches up with the Toronto band The Wooden Sky for this segment. The group, led by singer-songwriter Gavin Gardiner, has a new album called Let's Be Ready. The Wooden Sky describes its own music as "fuzz folk," which you can hear for yourself in the World Cafe: Next podcast, available on the show's Tumblr.