WXPN's live performance and interview program featuring music and conversation from a variety of important musicians
Nearly 40 years later, 'Stranger Things' boosts Kate Bush's music worldwide
In this World Cafe session from 1993, Kate Bush spoke with original host David Dye about a range of subjects: from her ambitions to working with Prince and more.
Indigo De Souza showcases her gifts in her latest album, 'Any Shape You Take'
In this session of World Cafe, we caught up with Indigo De Souza to talk about the album and growing up in North Carolina.
Billy Bragg's music bridges political themes with the intensely personal
Bragg's decades of activism and songwriting have only helped to crystallize and empower his thinking on what we need to do to make the world a better place.
Jeff Tweedy talks about what led to Wilco's first true country album
Cruel Country, the group's 12th studio album, is a meditation on the current state of affairs in America, one that is complicated and flawed, as Jeff Tweedy tells it.
Brace yourself, because Grace Cummings will blow you away
The force of nature talks about her new album, Storm Queen, how she discovered her voice and what "America" means to a person who grew up in Melbourne, Australia.
Maren Morris' latest album, 'Humble Quest,' reflects on her journey
Maren Morris' star has been rising quickly — she's had a bunch of chart hits, taken home a slew of awards and she's part of the country supergroup The Highwomen.