World Cafe (@WorldCafe )

World Cafe

Bio World Cafe is produced by WXPN in Philadelphia. It is hosted by Raina Douris (@RahRahRaina), along with contributing host Stephen Kallao (@stephenkallao).
Location Philadelphia, PA
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Account created 28-04-2009 20:19:10
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TweetDeck : Of Monsters and Men's (Of Monsters and Men) latest album includes more synthesizers and electronic instruments, including a tiny little keyboard called an OP-1. Hear it for yourself in this live, broken down studio performance. npr.org/sections/world…

TweetDeck : Like the new girl in the 6th grade classroom, raina douris is revealing her personality slowly. And like a smitten Schoolboy, Philadelphia is awfully impressed that her favorite Neil Young album is 'Tonight's the Night'. wxpnfm

TweetDeck : 🌹 My interview with @worldcafe airs today! To listen live online, you can hear the WXPN Philadelphia stream at 2pm at XPN.org by choosing WXPN from the ‘Listen Live’ drop-down at the top of the page! #worldcafe #npr

TweetDeck : .raina douris is celebrating Neil Young’s birthday today on the Cafe. Happy Birthday Neil. Long may you run. Have a listen to the show: playlist.worldcafe.org/world-cafe-pla…

TweetDeck : A nearly impromptu jam recorded on hallowed ground including a Prince medley plus Where Its At and Up All Night. The Paisley Park Sessions EP is out now exclusively on Amazon Music.

Listen: smarturl.it/paisleybeck

Behind the Scenes: beck.to/PaiselyParkBTS

TweetDeck : Robert Randolph & the Family Band (Robert Randolph) brings raucous rock and roll energy to the gospel tradition of Sacred Steel at the 20th annual Americana Music. Hear more from todays mini concert at worldcafe.npr.org. #Americanafest WMOT/Roots Radio #Nashville

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TweetDeck : Warmth, empathy and humor are the shining stars of "Highroad," and with the arrival of her first-ever solo album, Party City, Sir Woman (SirWoman) will confidently show you the way there. — Gini Mascorro, KERA

NPR Music #HeavyRotation
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