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WXPN's live performance and interview program featuring music and conversation from a variety of important musicians
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In this session, Lori McKenna discusses being a mother of five, a celebrated Nashville songwriter, and a performer with 11 solo albums to her name.
In this session, Craigie performs songs from his new album, Asterisk the Universe, and we get to hear what makes him such a great storyteller at his shows.
On his band's latest album, Making a Door Less Open, Toledo expanded the scope of Car Seat Headrest's sound, embracing dance music wholeheartedly.
The Canadian singer-songwriter's new album, All That Emotion, was released on Friday.
The singer-songwriter's latest album gives you a glimpse into the natural world that inspires him — and the first album he's made entirely on his own.
Josh Ostrander shares how putting his hand through a pane of glass influenced his latest album, New Medicine.
The esteemed Memphis, Tenn., songwriter discusses his 50-plus years in music and performs live.
LaVette just released Blackbirds, an album of reinterpretations of songs popularized by some of her favorite jazz singers.
Together for 27 years with the same lineup, the long-running band is back with its 12th album, Twelfth.
Showcasing her beautiful vocals, Johanna Warren also makes space for louder, more aggressive elements on her latest album, Chaotic Good.
The Doobie Brothers frontperson released covers of two iconic songs earlier this year that have had an unexpected resonance during the global COVID-19 pandemic and the wave of protests against police brutality.
The Canadian singer-songwriter traded her music career for a completely different life running a coffee shop until a Nashville experience brought her back to making music.
English's Wake UP! was not only influenced by the sounds of the '60s but by Guy Debord's The Society of the Spectacle, a critical text that examines what we do for attention.
The Chicks returns with Gaslighter, the trio's first album in 14 years. Today, Natalie Maines, Martie Maguire and Emily Strayer talk about the album, their past and why they're still speaking out.
Members of the Juno-award winning Canadian band talk about their new album, The Sun and Her Scorch, and play songs from it live.
The eclectic band's new album, Dream Hunting in the Valley of the In-Between, is its first in seven years. Frontperson Ryan Kattner says three years into it, he started the whole recording process over.
Zeshan B's music combines his love of American soul with influences from India and Pakistan, where his parents grew up. His latest album is called Melismatic.
The Watkins Family Hour's latest album, Brother Sister, is the first album that the siblings have written as a duo in their 30-plus year career.
There are lots of projects that you might know Stephen Malkmus from, but none of them sound like his latest album, Traditional Techniques.
Hear a conversation with Lucinda Williams recorded from her home in Nashville at the end of June about her new album, Good Souls Better Angels.
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carlos alvarenga

thank you for this show. I found a new artist. I like every bit of it.

Jul 4th
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kondgeo

here is another good music podcast https://castbox.fm/va/1158109

Feb 13th
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jackieblue361

Great series!

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Jaime Ochoa

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Pamela Greenstein

Great interview for this Journey fan!

Oct 26th
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Jeremy Mitchell

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