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Spend your St. Patrick's Day feeling like your having a pint surrounded by friends and family as we visit the six-time Grammy-winning band in Dublin.
A chat with the Irish up-and-comer inside Whelan's of Wexford Avenue, one of Dublin's most famous pubs and music venues.
The Dublin four-piece band sings clever lyrics in loud and proud Irish accents.
Hear a chat and performance from World Cafe's Sense Of Place trip to Dublin with Loah, recorded live at the iconic Windmill Lane Recording Studios.
During World Cafe's Sense Of Place trip to Dublin, we grab a seat by the water to hear the Irish singer-songwriter perform gorgeous songs on acoustic guitar.
Naomi Hamilton, who makes music as Jealous of the Birds, slices up genres and creates songs that sound homemade and tiny, explosive and bombastic.
Palmer's latest album, There Will Be No Intermission, may be her sharpest blow yet.
Townes started making music as a teenager and rose in Canada's flourishing country scene before moving to Nashville at 19.
In her World Cafe session, the young singer-songwriter takes the opportunity to reintroduce herself on her own terms, with creative force and an abundance of joy.
Gray's voice still sounds as glorious, distinct and beautiful as it did when he broke through the mainstream with 1998's White Ladder.
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