A lot of Moxy on the World Cafe

Seems The World Cafe cant get enough of Moxy Fruvous. The cheeky Canadians, an audience favorite at last years Singer/Songwriter Weekend, are featured yet again on Nov. 2 when the Cafe re-airs their earlier studio visit. But theres plenty thats new these next two weeks, too, including releases by Afro-Celt Sound System and the Indigo Girls. Heres the complete rundown:

square.gifThursday, Oct. 28 Modern day bluesman Joe Louis Walker drops in to perform music from Silvertone Blues

square.gifFriday, Oct. 29 The Afro-Celt Sound System visit Indre recording studios for a special performance featuring music from their latest effort, Volume 2 - Release

square.gifMonday, Nov. 2 An encore presentation of Moxy Fruvous Cafe visit

square.gifTuesday, Nov. 3 Midwestern singer/songwriter Dave Moore plays music from his latest release, Breaking Down to 3

square.gifWednesday, Nov. 4 The Cafe celebrates the words and music of Townes Van Zandt

square.gifThursday, Nov. 5 Buddy & Julie Miller chat with David and perform in the studio

square.gifFriday, Nov. 5 The Indigo Girls drop by Indre for a special performance and interview featuring music from their new release, Come On Now Social

square.gifMonday, Nov. 8 An encore presentation of Kevin Welchs studio visit

square.gifTuesday, Nov. 9 Country blues artists Paul Rishell and Annie Raines stop by for a performance and interview featuring music from Moving to the Country

square.gifWednesday, Nov. 10 David Dye celebrates the influence of the with a special Children of the Byrds program

"The World Cafe," which is heard on more than 100 public radio stations nationwide, is produced by WXPN-FM (88.5) 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 October 28, 1999