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2:58pm

Fri December 16, 2011
World Cafe

The Black Keys On World Cafe

Originally published on Thu September 26, 2013 12:31 pm

The Black Keys.
Danny Clinch Courtesy of Warner Bros.

Welcome to the first in our weekly Vintage Cafe series of interviews from the archive. Each week we are going to be re-visiting significant session with major artists. For this installment, we bring back our Black Keys session, recorded in December 2011 right before the release of El Camino.

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1:47pm

Fri December 16, 2011
Music News

Chet Atkins: The Lasting Influence Of 'Mr. Guitar'

Chet Atkins at RCA's Studio B in the 1960s.
Courtesy of the Country Music Hall of Fame

1:00pm

Fri December 16, 2011
Music Interviews

Cam Penner Spins Road Stories On 'Gypsy Summer'

Originally published on Wed December 28, 2011 5:35 pm

Cam Penner's latest album is Gypsy Summer.
Courtesy of the artist

When your grandfather is a bootlegger and your family runs an illegal small-town roadhouse, you must have a lot of stories to tell. Cam Penner does, and he tells them in his music. The Canadian singer-songwriter's latest album is titled Gypsy Summer.

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12:08pm

Fri December 16, 2011
Music

The Patti Fiasco: An Emerging Band With Wyoming Roots

Courtesy of the Patti Fiasco www.pattifiasco.net

Patti Fiasco lead singer and composer Alysia Kraft may not entirely clear up the mystery over the band’s name in this interview... (except she used to use the name as an alias when solo-performing; you heard it right here!)

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12:58pm

Wed December 14, 2011
World Cafe

Tinariwen On World Cafe

Originally published on Wed December 14, 2011 12:59 pm

Tinariwen.
Courtesy of the artist

The only aspect of Tinariwen more urgent and heartbreakingly human than its unique blend of electric rock and North African traditional music is its story. Tinariwen's members fought as rebels in Mali to protect their land and the Tuareg people, and out of the rebel camps formed a counterculture — and a rock band.

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