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ALABAMA SHAKES - " Live at The World Café 2012 "

Alabama Shakes are a soulful rock ‘n’ roll quartet, riding a well-deserved wave to fame. Since the release of its self-titled debut in 2011, the band has entranced listeners with its diverse and energetic songs. 101 more words

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it gets better Residency takes the Fox Cities

The it gets better residency is in full swing here in the Fox Valley and for community members, students at several high schools and those who had the opportunity to meet at the Boys and Girls Club it has already proven to be a moving and educational week. 469 more words

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JESSICA PRATT - " Back Baby "

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This week’s World Cafe: Ones To Watch is artist, California based Jessica Pratt, who recently released her second album, “On Your Own Love Again” 45 more words

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ALVVAYS - " Adult Diversion " on World Cafe

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The much buzzed-about Toronto-based band Alvvays and their first session for World Cafe. We first heard about Molly Rankin and the band in 2013 when Frank Yang of the blog Chromewaves presented them as a band to watch on our  visit to… 33 more words

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VIET CONG - " Continental Shelf " and " Death " on World Cafe

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This week’s World Cafe: Next artist, Calgary’s Viet Cong, released its full-length debut last week. It’s not so much a dark record as a harsh one: This is a guitar-intensive rock band whose songs stretch out with some sturm and drang, while still finding ways to get under your skin. 6 more words

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FATHER JOHN MISTY - " Live at the World Café " 30th January 2015 on WXPN Radio

Live On the World Café…..Father John Misty will feature the American folk singer-songwriter Father John Misty. A native of Washington D.C, the artist formally known as… 127 more words

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World Café Prompts Discussion on Terrorism and Communication

On October 21, 2014 from 5:00 to 7:30 pm, Dr.’s Cecile Garmon and Tammy Jeffries of WKU’s Communication Department brought three classes together to engage in a World Café conversation. 494 more words

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