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NPR member stations share a mix of popular songs playing on their airwaves in September, including music from Clairo, Leon Bridges, The War on Drugs, and more.
We spoke with the Americana superstar about her new album, In These Silent Days, and her recent memoir, Broken Horses. Get cozy.
We're taking listeners back 30 years ago, to a memorable day in music history — September 24, 1991. On that day, two important records were released: Nirvana's Nevermind and A Tribe Called Quest's Low End Theory.
In this episode of World Cafe, Mickey Guyton talks about Spotify's role in making her music more visible, women in country music getting "chicked," her debut album, Remember Her Name, and more.
Kacey Musgraves' latest album, Star-Crossed, chronicles the end of a relationship, through divorce and healing.
Surrounding the Americana Honors & Awards Show, AMERICANAFEST will be broadcasting their live performances, beginning Sept. 24.
In the late 1960s, Merry Clayton was one of the most sought after backup singers. Her new album, released in April of this year, is called Beautiful Scars.
The Americana Honors & Awards have celebrated pioneering veteran artists and trailblazing newcomers. The ceremony is the hallmark event of the annual AMERICANAFEST, which returns on Sept. 22.
On his latest album, K Bay, the singer-songwriter made music in a variety of studios and used a variety of sonic tricks.
This month, Billy Idol released The Roadside, a four song EP made with his longtime guitarist and cowriter, Steve Stevens.
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