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Wild Cub On World Cafe | April 9, 2014

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  • Photo Credit: Andrea Behrends/Courtesy of the artist

Wild Cub is the brainchild of musician Keegan Dewitt, who had a good job in hospitality development in Brooklyn, but instead followed his heart and music to Nashville. There, he met Jeremy Bullock and the two formed Wild Cub in 2012 with the addition of drummer Dabney Morris, bassist Harry West and keyboardist Eric Wilson.

The band's sparkling debut — Youth, recorded in Bullock's house — came out in early 2013, and was reissued on a prominent label this year.

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Ben Watt “Nathaniel” Hendra
Nickel Creek “Destination” A Dotted Line
Alison Krauss “Baby, Now That I’ve Found You” Now That I’ve Found You
Future Islands “Seasons (Waiting on You)” Singles
Tears for Fears “Break It Down Again” Elemental
((Wild Cub “Colors” Recorded Live for the World Cafe))
Wild Cub “Thunder Clatter” Recorded Live for the World Cafe
Wild Cub “Color” Recorded Live for the World Cafe
Wild Cub “Jonti” Recorded Live for the World Cafe
((Wild Cub “Thunder Clatter” Recorded Live for the World Cafe))
Tuneyards “Water Fountain” Nikki-Nack
Talking Heads “Psycho Killer” Talking Heads ‘77
Foxygen “San Francisco” We Are The 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic
The Kinks “You Really Got Me” Greatest Hits, Vol. 1
Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears “Come To My Party” Electric Slave
Sarah McLachlan “In Your Shoes” Shine On
Death Cab for Cutie “Soul Meets Body” Plans
St. Vincent “Prince Johnny” St. Vincent
Jeff Buckley “Lover You Should’ve Come Over” Grace
Sharon van Etten “Taking Chances” Are We There
((Laura Veirs “That Alice” Warp & Weft))
Paul Simon “Dazzling Blue” So Beautiful or So What
Laura Mvula “Green Garden” Sing to the Moon
Chet Faker “Talk Is Cheap” Built on Glass
((Polica “Wandering Star” Recorded Live for the World Cafe))
Hozier “Take Me to Church” Take Me to Church
Van Morrison “Come Running” Moondance
The Black Keys “Fever” Turn Blue
John Cale “Paris 1919” Paris 1919