World Cafe is bringing you intimate performances from the legendary Sound Stage Studios in Nashville, recorded during AmericanaFest earlier this Fall. This week, Cat Clyde performs songs from her latest album, Down Rounder, which was recorded in only one week! That’s followed by a mini concert from Adeem the Artist, whose eighth album, White Trash Revelry, tackles themes of privilege, race, and toxic masculinity. Live music from AmericanaFest 2023, coming up on the next World Cafe.
Every Sunday from 7 – 11 a.m., Rusty handpicks four hours of bluegrass music for Bluegrass Sunday Morning.
Join Desiré and Amber every Sunday night from 8-10 p.m. as they share two hours of brand new tunes.
Long time WNRN volunteer and music host, Steve Hamilton, presents two hours of Fresh Roots New Blues, Saturdays from 6 – 8 p.m.
Yard Act’s “Dream Job” is the Free Weekly Download. The Leeds band’s new album “Where’s My Utopia?” will be released in March 2024.
On the next World Cafe, Rush frontman and bassist Geddy Lee joins us to talk about his new memoir, “My Effin Life.” From the time he was booted out of Rush early on, to nearly scrapping their biggest hit, “Tom Sawyer”, Lee will tell stories from the book, including why he devoted a chapter to his parents, who were both holocaust survivors that met in a prison camp during World War II. It’s Geddy Lee, on the next World Cafe.