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Best known for songs like "Tom's Diner" and "Luka," the singer-songwriter is now working on a play about Southern novelist Carson McCullers.
With the help of a local producer, this Cincinnati sitar-rock duo went from its hometown creperie straight into the studio.
The guitarist says The Band's debut album, Music From Big Pink, "was music we were making for one another. It was just the pure joy of making music."
Roberto Lange's new album includes powerful songs that comment on Latin identity. Watch the electro-pop musician (and his tinsel-clad dancers) perform "It's My Brown Skin."
The blues guitarist and former Back Door Slam frontman is back with a new solo record, Three Miles From Avalon.
Olsen's latest album, My Woman, made a number of best-of-2016 lists - and shatters any wrongful assumptions anyone may have made about her melancholy tendencies.
Siblings Tyler and Maggie Heath bring their friends along to perform rousing renditions of some favorite holiday tunes.
"It was always difficult for us to find the time to stop writing new songs and look at old songs," Welch says. The 20th anniversary of her debut gave them that opportunity this year.
The guitarist has played with Charlie Sexton, Roger Waters and Eric Clapton, but his latest music is influenced by trips through North Africa and India.
The Moscow-born singer turns back to her roots for her latest record, Remember Us To Life. Hear her tell the stories behind the songs and perform an old Russian lullaby.
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