Play it again, David


World Cafe host David Dye is on vacation the week of May 8, which gives the Cafe staff a chance to dust off some of their favorite recent shows for you to enjoy all over again. Theres also great new stuff from next door (Marah, May 5) and halfway around the world (Japans Ryuichi Sakamoto, May 17) to round out the next two weeks.

square.gifThursday, May 4 Singer/songwriter David Gray performs music from his latest album, White Ladder

square.gifFriday, May 5 Marah stop by the Cafe for a performance and interview featuring work from their sophmore album, Kids in Philly

square.gifMonday, May 8 An encore presentation of Warren Zevons visit

square.gifTuesday, May 9 Shelby Lynne performs music from her latest release, I Am Shelby Lynne

square.gifWednesday, May 10 The Jayhawks preview work from their forthcoming album, Smile, at Indre recording studios

square.gifThursday, May 11 Michael Penn and Aimee Mann bring their Acoustic Vaudeville show to the Cafe studio

square.gifFriday, May 12 The Paula Cole Band visit Indre studios

square.gifMonday, May 15 An encore presentation of Jimmie Dale Gilmores visit

square.gifTuesday, May 16 Cape Breton fiddler Natalie MacMaster performs music from her latest album, My Roots Are Showing

square.gifWednesday, May 17 Prolific composer Ryuichi Sakamoto stops by Indre studios for a performance and interview

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 4, 2000