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Though It May Seem Like It, Michael McDonald Can't Predict The Future
The Doobie Brothers frontperson released covers of two iconic songs earlier this year that have had an unexpected resonance during the global COVID-19 pandemic and the wave of protests against police brutality.
How An Unexpected Call Brought Kathleen Edwards Back To Music
The Canadian singer-songwriter traded her music career for a completely different life running a coffee shop until a Nashville experience brought her back to making music.
Watch Kathleen Edwards' Live Album Release Show
crossover episode: Kathleen Edwards is back with
, performing live from her own cafe, Quitters Coffee, with
's Raina Douris on site hosting live.
The Unconventional Influences On Hazel English's Debut Album
was not only influenced by the sounds of the '60s but by Guy Debord's
The Society of the Spectacle
, a critical text that examines what we do for attention.
100 Greatest Title Tracks Ever Laid Down On Wax
Title tracks often capture the mood, vibe and direction of an album. From Paul Simon's "Graceland" to Amy Winehouse's "Back to Black," here's a playlist of the greatest title tracks.
The Chicks Are Still Speaking Out
The Chicks returns with
, the trio's first album in 14 years. Today, Natalie Maines, Martie Maguire and Emily Strayer talk about the album, their past and why they're still speaking out.
Dirty Projectors On Bringing Different Voices To The Forefront
The Dirty Projectors jettisoned the traditional album format this year for a series of five EPs. Each one features one of the band members as lead vocalist and they all come together on the fifth.
On Ondara's New Album, He Shares 'Tales From Isolation'
The Grammy-nominated folk singer-songwriter from Kenya wrote and recorded his second album entirely during the COVID-19 shutdown.
Canadian Band Dizzy's New Album Is Full Of Songs About The Uncertainty Of Your 20s
Members of the Juno-award winning Canadian band talk about their new album,
The Sun and Her Scorch
, and play songs from it live.
Perfume Genius Believes In The Power Of Change
The artist Mike Hadreas talks about his experience performing in a dance project with Kate Wallich, how that influenced his latest record and perform songs from
Set My Heart On Fire Immediately.
The Controlled Chaos Of Man Man
Kentucky Artist S.G. Goodman Talks Her Debut Album, 'Old Time Feeling'
A Proud Son Of Immigrants, Zeshan B Shares His Views On America, Race And Music
Bluegrass Sibling Duo Sean And Sarah Watkins Returns As Watkins Family Hour
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