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Jessie Ware On World Cafe

The Londoner sings songs from her soulful debut, Devotion, and talks about taking center stage.

Night Beds On World Cafe

Powered by Winston Yellin's wide-ranging voice, the band plays songs from its debut album, Country Sleep, which was written in a cabin once owned by Johnny Cash.

Kacey Musgraves: Country's Blunt And Poetic New Voice

The talented young singer-songwriter has as much in common with John Prine as she does with Kenny Chesney. With any luck, Same Trailer, Different Park is the start of a long career that will make both Musgraves' core audience and other open-minded listeners sit up and take notice.

Kail Baxley: Music From An Amateur Boxer Who Danced For James Brown

The singer-songwriter plays songs from his full-length debut, Heatstroke/The Wind and the War, and talks about how his father's funeral inspired "The Rebel."

Back In The Studio, Neko Case Recovers 'That Fire'

Morning Edition checks in with the singer-songwriter as she finishes the follow-up to 2009's Middle Cyclone, due out later this year.

Listening Back To An Interview With Phil Ramone

Ramone started out as a sound engineer for Lesley Gore, and went on to work with Simon and Garfunkel, Barbra Streisand and Frank Sinatra. He died Saturday at the age of 79. Fresh Air remembers him by listening back to a 1995 interview. He talks about losing old demos and being mistaken for a member of The Ramones.