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Richard Shindell
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Richard Shindell
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recorded on November 23, 2015

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Thursday November 26, 2015

World Cafe 10:00 pm
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats perform songs from their self-titled album on the stage of World Cafe Live
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Friday November 27, 2015

World Cafe 10:00 pm

Darling Arithmetic is the third studio album from Irish indie-folk group, Villagers
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Saturday November 28, 2015

Etown 7:00 am
Rogue Wave / Aoife O?Donovan

In this encore broadcast, hosts Nick & Helen Forster welcome two newcomers to the eTown stage: indie band Rogue Wave and gifted Irish singer and songwriter Aoife O?Donovan. Rogue Wave joins us with an eclectic mix of both old and new songs, including a few from their recent CD Nightingale Floors. Aoife O?Donovan brings her unique sound, blending bluegrass, folk and ?back-porch Americana?, plus an inspiring eChievement Award story of a woman helping veterans with both seen and unseen injuries
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Mountain Stage 2:00 pm
Dawes / Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit

James McMurtry, Blitzen Trapper and Matthew Sweet also perform
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Music City Roots 4:00 pm
Infamous StringDusters / Peter Case

Wisconsin's Horseshoes and Hand Grenades perform as well as John Conlee doing some classic country
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Sunday November 29, 2015

American Routes 12:00 pm
Thanksgiving with the National Heritage Fellows

Each year, American Routes celebrates the long Thanksgiving weekend with a sonic cornucopia from the National Heritage Fellows. Since 1982, the National Endowment for the Arts has presented the fellowships - America's most prestigious award for folk & traditional arts. We'll hear music and conversation from Fellows in years gone by, like Doc Watson, Staple Singers, Clifton Chenier, Ralph Stanley, B.B. King, Flaco Jimenez and New Orleans' own Treme Brass Band. Then we present the 2015 Fellows, many performing live from the stage at George Washington University, including the Gee's Bend quilters, a circus aerialist, Piedmont bluesman, klezmer musicians, mariachis and more
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Commonwealth Journal 7:00 pm
Cyndy Drew Etler

the author Cyndy Drew Etler is the guest this week with host Rachel Rubin
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Traditional Folk 9:00 pm
Martin Grosswendt

hear new album tracks from Martin Grosswendt, the Sacred Shakers, the Farwells, the Band of Ruhks, and New Orleans honky-tonk chanteuse Gal Holiday. Our ?worst country song? candidate is Rose Maddox? ?Pay Me Alimony?.
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Monday November 30, 2015

World Cafe 10:00 pm
Boy George

David Dye looks back at his 2014 conversation with Boy George on this edition of the Vintage Cafe
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Tuesday December 1, 2015

World Cafe 10:00 pm
Scott Fagan

Scott Fagan?s 1968 debut album, South Atlantic Blues, is being reissued
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Wednesday December 2, 2015

World Cafe 10:00 pm
Wild Child

Fools is the latest release from the Texas indie-pop group, Wild Child
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