To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the NPR-syndicated music radio program World Cafe, artists Lizzie No, Amythyst Kiah, Devon Gilfillian and Keb’ Mo’ will perform on live webcasts on April 5 and 6 from the National Museum of African American Music in Nashville.
Starting at 7:30 pm CT, World Cafe host Raina Douris will interview No and Kiah today (April 5), and Gilfillian and Mo on (April 6). Each artist will also perform, with both events webcast live at xpn.org and NPR Live Sessions.
“It’s no secret that Nashville is a vital center for music. World Cafe established a bureau in Nashville in 2016, and we’re honored to partner with the National Museum of African American Music to go even deeper with our coverage of the exciting and diverse music coming from Nashville and throughout the Southern US,” shares Douris.
“The National Museum of African American Music is excited to partner with World Cafe as we continue our efforts of preserving and celebrating the many music genres created, influenced, and inspired by African Americans,” adds Brennen Boose, Senior Manager of Marketing and Communications.
World Cafe is known for its carefully curated platform for musical discovery without genre boundaries. It is currently carried by 267 radio stations across the United States.
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