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Devon Gilfillian Re-Records Marvin Gaye's 1971 album 'What's Going On'
Nashville-based artist Devon Gilfillian talks about why he wanted to re-record
What's Going On
from start to finish.
How Phoenix Scored Sofia Coppola's 'On The Rocks'
Lead singer Thomas Mars and guitarist Christian Mazzalai of Phoenix discuss their work with film director Sofia Coppola.
Songhoy Blues' New Album Is Full Of Protest Songs, But They're Also Hopeful
The North African band performs songs from its third album,
, a collection of songs focusing on life in their native country of Mali.
Nick Lowe Performs 'Lay It On Me Baby' From His West London Home
Recorded with his longtime house band, Los Straightjackets, Lowe performs acoustic versions of songs from his latest EP.
Margo Price Defies Expectations With 'That's How Rumors Get Started'
Margo Price's new album rocks, which might surprise fans who grew to love the Americana star for her crystalline country voice.
David Crosby Reflects On Musical Projects, Past And Present
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer is a counterculture icon. Listen to a wide-ranging interview on
The Mavericks Are Going Back To Their Roots On 'En Español '
Though they've done some songs in Spanish in the past,
is The Mavericks' first album entirely in Spanish.
Friction Is Essential To What Makes Sylvan Esso's Creative Collaboration Tick
Sylvan Esso's Nick Sanborn and Amelia Meath share stories behind their beautiful new album,
and perform stripped-down versions of songs from the record.
Somewhere Between Bluegrass and Heavy Metal, Billy Strings Discovered His Own Sound
Billy Strings learned to play traditional bluegrass alongside his stepdad Terry Barber. Later, he thrashed in local VFW halls while in the metal scene. Then, he discovered his own sound.
The Funkiest, Most Memorable Bass Riffs Ever: A Playlist
Sometimes bass guitar can be an overlooked instrument. Sometimes it gets relegated to the background. Not today, my friends. Not today.
Jim James Talks My Morning Jacket's New Album And The Nature That Inspires Him
Hear Dawes Perform On An L.A. Rooftop
Ann Powers Recommends 3 New Nashville Albums For Fall 2020
Billie Eilish On Speaking Up, Staying Hopeful And Keeping Busy During Lockdown
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