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David Dye

Since 1991, World Cafe has showcased contemporary music, serving up an eclectic blend of blues, rock, folk and alternative country. David Dye hosts the program from member station WXPN in Philadelphia. Each show centers on David's "performance chat" with a featured artist or band.

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World Cafe
6:32 pm
Thu December 20, 2012

Minus The Bear On World Cafe

Minus The Bear.
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Originally published on Wed January 2, 2013 8:59 am

The majority of Minus The Bear's records have been iterations of the intricate, melodic rock the Seattle band has been playing since it formed in 2001. In 2010 the band made a slight departure with Omni, an album that relied much more heavily on synthesizers and keyboards.

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World Cafe
2:23 pm
Wed December 19, 2012

Sea Wolf On World Cafe

Sea Wolf.
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Alex Brown Church began performing under the name Sea Wolf in 2003, after writing a handful of songs that didn't fit the rock band he played with at the time. Although Church has roped in a supporting cast of musicians to perform his songs, Sea Wolf is still very much his baby.

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World Cafe
2:48 pm
Tue December 18, 2012

John Fullbright On World Cafe

John Fullbright.
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Originally published on Tue December 18, 2012 4:18 pm

Folk singer John Fullbright got his start at the age of 16, playing at small venues in his native Oklahoma for tips and the occasional free meal. "I'd stand up there and play until my voice was gone, which sometimes would take three hours. Sometimes it'd take longer," Fullbright says. "But that's where I really learned to scream."

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World Cafe
1:54 pm
Mon December 17, 2012

Next: The Henry Millers

The Henry Millers.
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Naturally, the New York band The Henry Millers takes its name from the author, who was famous for creating his own genre of literature out of an assortment of preexisting ones. Miller was also notorious for his books' often-explicit sexual content, which was deemed illicit enough for his work to be banned in the U.S. While The Henry Millers' bright, buoyant songs aren't likely to cause a scandal, the band does share Miller's penchant for drawing from different styles — its debut album, Daisies, is equal parts indie-rock, folk and synth-pop.

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World Cafe
4:01 pm
Fri December 14, 2012

Gary Clark Jr. On World Cafe

Gary Clark Jr.
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Originally published on Mon December 17, 2012 3:58 pm

Gary Clark Jr.'s new album Blak and Blue is his major-label debut, but the blues guitarist is hardly a newcomer. Clark made his first album at 17, and by then he'd already spent several years hanging out in the blues clubs of Austin, Texas.

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