Neko Case

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American singer-songwriter

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Neko Case, whose musical career spans over two decades, takes us on a personal musical history tour.

Episode 26: You're the Man

Neko Case, whose musical career spans over two decades, takes us on a personal musical history tour.

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Neko Case is a favorite here at KCRW, for both her expressive voice and her incredible lyricism.

Neko Case

Neko Case is a favorite here at KCRW, for both her expressive voice and her incredible lyricism.

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