What’s past is present

Talk about irony. The featured artist on todays World Cafe is Ian Anderson, the front man for Jethro Tull, which had a mid-70s hit album called Living in the Past. Then, on April 18, along comes Eric Anderson (no relation), whose latest album asserts You Cant Relive the Past. Whos right? Who cares? Theyre both worth a listen.

square.gifThursday, April 6 Jethro Tull front man Ian Anderson performs music from his solo album The Secret Language of Birds

square.gifFriday, April 7 David Crosby drops by the World Cafe

square.gifMonday, April 10 An encore presentation of Appalachian Journeys visit

square.gifTuesday, April 11 Singer/songwriter David Olney plays music from his latest album, Omars Blues

square.gifWednesday, April 12 Gomez visits the Cafe and performs music from their latest release, Liquid Skin

square.gifThursday, April 13 Chantel Kreviazuk drops by for a performance and interview

square.gifFriday, April 14 Jimmie Dale Gilmore performs music from his new album, One Endless Night

square.gifMonday, April 17 An encore presentation of the Kennedys visit

square.gifTuesday, April 18 Folk singer/ songwriter Eric Anderson talks about and plays music from his latest release, You Cant Relive the Past

square.gifWednesday, April 19 Bluesbreaker Coco Montoya visits the Cafe to perform music from his solo album Suspicion

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 April 6, 2000