NPR's Alt.Latino music podcast shares suggestions for summer listening.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with singer Mavis Staples about her latest album We Get By.
Laura Barnett wrote a novel about an aging singer-songwriter sizing up her life in 16 tracks. Then she approached musician Kathryn Williams, who created the book's original soundtrack.
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Singer Alicia Hall Moran and pianist Jason Moran mix original music works with 20th century spoken word to reflect on The Great Migration, when African Americans moved from the South to the North.
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The Mexican guitar duo talk share songs by Nina Simone, Caifanes and Rage Against the Machine and discuss the role of the guitar in rock.
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We're nearly halfway through 2019 and have already been musically blessed with so many joyous sounds.
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We head to the Big Ears Festival in Knoxville for the 50th anniversary of ECM Records. Hear three riveting performances by Carla Bley, Avishai Cohen and Nik Bärtsch's Ronin.
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Alessia Cara makes her Spanish-language debut with the Colombian pop star.
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As the guest-heavy No. 6 Collaborations Project approaches, we ask: Is Ed Sheeran coming for DJ Khaled's throne?
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