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Camila Cabello on stage in December during Z100's Jingle Ball in New York City. Theo Wargo/Getty Images for iHeartMedia hide caption

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Camila Cabello Is In Control: 'I Express Myself However I Want'

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This portrait of a woman from El Salvador reflects the wariness and uncertainty discussed in Alt.Latino this week. Jessica Alvarenga/Witness The Isthmus/ Jessica Alvarenga hide caption

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Amidst Political Tumult, Salvadoran Artists Across The Country Discuss Their Work

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"The Lick" was named for the "unnamed member of the band entered a strange state of drug-induced psychosis and for a good ten minutes could only seem to muster the words 'the... lick.'" Holly Whitaker/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Joe Henry On World Cafe

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The Secret Sisters On World Cafe

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From Demo To Debut, How A Song Brought Lo Moon Together

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Remembering Roswell Rudd, A Jazz Musician With An Ebullient Sound

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Alt.Latino Album Chat: Making Movies Talks Protest Music

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Mondo Cozmo performing live at WXPN's NON-COMMvention at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia, Pa. Emma Silverstone /WXPN hide caption

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Mondo Cozmo On World Cafe

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Margo Price On World Cafe

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In Debut Album, Ladama Reinterprets Sounds From 4 Countries

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Bedouine inside the World Cafe Studio. Galea McGregor/WXPN hide caption

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Bedouine On World Cafe

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Sturgill Simpson, seen performing at the 2017 Grammys, is one of the featured artists in Oxford American's Southern music issue about Kentucky. Christopher Polk/Getty Images hide caption

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'Oxford American' Takes On The Sounds Of Contemporary Kentucky

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Left to right: Jon Weisberger, Chris Jones and Ned Luberecki perform at the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2015. Jason Davis/Getty Images for Country Music Hall of Fame hide caption

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Though officially retired from touring, guitarist John Williams, now 76, continues to record for his own record label. Kathy Panama/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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John Williams, Classical Guitar's Standard-Bearer, Still Recording In Retirement

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Ranky Tanky Builds On The Music And Culture Of Slave Descendants

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