Song of the Week
Much of Benjamin Booker's new album is devoted to responsibility -- social, personal, philosophical.
At 82, Bobby Bare has seen so many other legends come and go, leaving nothing but their songs and legacies behind.
Here, Eleanor Whitmore's talking about life on the stage, but it's a universal experience she shares.
Set to a delicate pluck of guitar and Vikesh Kapoor's voice floating like a gentle mist over the water, this song is a moment to appreciate the ephemeral nature of things.
Few modern songwriters are better at capturing the deep and lasting lesions from a torn romance than John Moreland -- his versions of sonic heartbreak don't just hurt, they bleed.
Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble (ft. Rhiannon Giddens), 'St. James Infirmary Blues'
Langhorne Slim and Jill Andrews, 'Sea of Love'
John Prine with Holly Williams, 'I'm Tellin' You'
Jade Jackson, 'Motorcycle'
Willie Nelson, 'Still Not Dead'