Live from 30th Street: World Cafe

On Friday, October 18, to mark the fifth anniversary of its renowned World Cafe, WXPN-FM will broadcast live from 30th Street Station, 4 to 7 p.m. Syndicated to 90 stations nationwide, World Cafe has a multicultural mix, from Latin jazz to African rhythms, and is known for is its interviews and exclusive live performances by leaders in today's modern music industry.

Some guest performers from the past are expected to join the station's David Dye and Michaela Majoun during Friday's show at the train station.

Later that evening the celebration will continue with a Cafe membersonly dance party at the Palmer Social Club in downtown Philadelphia, with David Dye spinning the records that have helped define the Cafe sound over the past five years.

In addition, WXPN will be reliving past World Cafe performances on the air throughout the day.

Over the next several months, WXPN will offer some special productions in which small groups can attend live taping of the World Cafe, and a Daily Demo will give unsigned bands in the Cafe affiliate listening areas the chance to have their music featured.


Volume 43 Number 8
October 15, 1996

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