Off to Sundance

“World Cafe” host David Dye will spend the week of Valentine’s Day in Park City, Utah, broadcasting from the annual Sundance Music and Film Festival. Leading up to this special week are visits from several legendary performers:

Thursday, Feb. 3 “New Country” artist Jim Lauderdale drops by to play music from “Onward Through It All”

Friday, Feb. 4 Warren Zevon visits Philadelphia’s Indre studios to preview music from his forthcoming release, “Life’ll Kill Ya”

Monday, Feb. 7 An encore presentation of Tom Rush’s studio visit

Tuesday, Feb. 8 Hank Williams III performs music from his debut album, “Risin’ Outlaw”

Wednesday, Feb. 9 The Cafe visits New Orleans to study its colorful musical heritage

Thursday, Feb. 10 The Cafe welcomes B.B. King to the studios for a performance and interview

Friday, Feb. 11 Taj Mahal visits with David Dye

Monday, Feb. 14 David Dye begins a week at the Sundance Music and Film Festival

Tuesday, Feb. 15 The week at Sundance continues

Wednesday, Feb. 16 More from the Sundance Festival; David takes a look at the influence of the Chicago music scene

“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.

Originally published on February 3, 2000