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Trey Anastasio On World Cafe

The leader of Phish sits down with World Cafe host David Dye for a lengthy interview about The Trey Anastasio Band, his recent album Traveler and the struggle behind his song "Valentine."
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Grant Green: The 'Holy Barbarian' Of St. Louis Jazz

An album recording of the guitarist from 1959 captures the thrilling sound of Midwestern jazz.
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Mayor Unveils New Plans For D.C.'s Chuck Brown Park

Go-go music legend Chuck Brown will be memorialized with a park in D.C. and officials hope to install a bandshell in the park to continue Brown's tradition of live music.

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Latin Roots: Bomba Y Plena

In this installment of World Cafe's Latin Roots series, host David Dye speaks with Grammy-winning producer Aaron Levinson about two beloved traditional genres, bomba and plena.
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Graham Parker And The Rumour On World Cafe

The British band, reunited after 30-plus years, performs new songs and discusses its film debut.
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Singer-Songwriter Martin Sexton Charts His Own Musical Path

World-renowned singer/songwriter Martin Sexton has turned away from major record labels and is relying on his passionate fan base to take his music career into the future.

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