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Lianne La Havas

New Artists To Watch in 2013

by Sarah Wardrop
Savoir Adore photo by Shervin Lainez

Get a jump on new music in the new year, as FUV staffers pick the artists to keep an eye (and an ear) on in 2013. And to get to know them better, follow the links to live performances in the WFUV archives.

Tonight On the Whole Wide World: Connecting the Senses

by Marisa Frydman

Happy Halloween weekend from the Whole Wide World! We have a great show in store for you tonight. Rita is happier than ever to welcome this week's guest, chef Tom Colicchio. Join us for a discussion on great food and even greater guitarists as Tom takes a turn as guest DJ of our show. Tom will also discuss his new project, Guitar Mash, a non-profit global movement bringing together guitarists from all around the world.

Lianne La Havas - Words and Music - 2012

by Alisa Ali

Her mother is Jamaican, her father is Greek, and her music is an accomplished hybrid of soulful British folk. Meet Lianne La Havas, whose debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough?, just came out this summer. It exhibits a quiet confidence that's something special when you consider that Lianne is only 23. She paid FUV a visit last month, just this week she was on Rolling Stone magazine's "Band to Watch" list, and she's also opened for Bon Iver and jammed with Prince. Unfortunately neither of them could make it to Studio A with Lianne, but as you'll hear, all she needs is her voice and a guitar.