It's an introspective, direct album with heartfelt lyrics and, of course, impeccable production.
In this session, Sierra Ferrell talks about her life and adventures so far. Plus, you'll hear live recordings of her performances from last years XPoNential Music Festival.
World Cafe gets up close and personal with Snail Mail's Lindsey Jordan in this mini-concert from upstate New York, performing songs from her latest album Valentine.
In this session, Eilish joins us from the couch at her parents' house to talk about her latest album, Happier Than Ever.
Surrounded by an intimate group of trusted friends and musicians in a Colorado barn, Neil Young was able to make a new album just the way he wanted.
Like magic, these live performances have the same amount of precision and craftsmanship as the album versions do. Hear The War On Drugs perform, live in, studio for the World Cafe.
The songwriter, who has worked behind the scenes in the Nashville music community, has released her sophomore solo album, Pins and Needles.
The South Carolina band recorded a session featuring tracks from its record Time in the Sun from Sputnik Sound in Nashville.
In this session, enjoy a conversation with Toronto-raised singer-songwriter Mustafa, along with live performances of songs from his debut full length album, When Smoke Rises.
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Nightsweats perform songs from their first full-length studio album in four years.
The not-so-thin Duke chatted about Berlin, glam rock and how a boring suburban childhood pushed him to seek out new ideas.
Kiah talks music and history with Nashville correspondent Jessie Scott, exploring how she crafts lyrics from both lived and observed experiences.
Timothy Showalter is one of those people who feels... and makes you feel, too, both in conversation, where he's earnest and generous and empathetic, and with his music.
For the first time in over two decades, Fleck has returned to the genre with My Bluegrass Heart, an ambitious double album.
In this session, Yola talks about what it means to "own thyself," shedding an inferior version of herself, working with Brandi Carlile and playing Sister Rosetta Tharpe for a new movie about Elvi...