Women hold up half the schedule


The next two weeks on The World Cafe have a distinctly feminine flavor, as singer-songwrtiers Tracy Chapman, Sarah Hamer and Melissa Ferrick all pay a visit, along with Woody Guthries daughter Nora. Heres the complete rundown:

square.gifThursday, May 18 Great Big Sea discuss and play music from their latest effort, Turn

square.gifFriday, May 19 Tracy Chapman performs music from her new album, Telling Stories

square.gifMonday, May 22 An encore presentation of Jill Sobules visit

square.gifTuesday, May 23 Bluesman Guy Davis drops by for an interview and performance featuring music from his latest effort, Butt Naked Free

square.gifWednesday, May 24 Singer/songwriter Sarah Harmer brings the charm of her new album You Were Here to the Cafe studios

square.gifThursday, May 25 Gipsyland bring their world music meld to the Cafe with songs from their debut Viva La Musica

square.gifFriday, May 26 Nora Guthrie pays tribute to her father Woody and discusses the Mermaid Avenue project, an album of previously unreleased Woody songs

square.gifMonday, May 29 An encore presentation of David Grays visit

square.gifTuesday, May 30 Singer/songwriter Melissa Ferrick drops by the Cafe studios to perform music from her latest album, Freedom

square.gifWednesday, May 31 Oakland, Californias Vagabond Lovers visit the World Cafe for a performance and interview featuring music from When I Was You

The World Cafe, which is heard on more than 100 public radio stations nationwide, is produced by WXPN (88.5 FM) and airs locally from 2 to 7 p.m. weekdays. All live appearances air between 3 and 4 p.m.

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Originally published on May 18, 2000