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Joan Shelley tries to write about love like it's "something that's got its own motion and inevitabilities outside our own plans and desires and fantasies."
The multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer talks about returning to the stage with ELO, his new album From Out of Nowhere and shares his advice for young producers.
"I needed to take a minute away from the way that MY WOMAN and previous records had been done because this one just didn't require the same feeling," Olsen says.
The Pretenders' frontwoman's reunites with Marius de Vries 20 years after Eye of the Beholder for her latest album, a series of jazzy reinterpretations of rock songs.
The trio play songs from their recent album, One Drop Of Truth, and they'll give us a little taste of some new music coming out next year.
The country music powerhouse's confident voice has made her a must-see act at every festival she's played, including this year's Americana Music Festival.
The daughter of country stars Lee Ann Womack and Jason Sellers shows off her own sound on the 2019 AmericanaFest Day Stage in Nashville.
Azniv Korkejian knows she writes songs infused with melancholy. On her sophomore album, she owns the title of "killjoy" across 12 pensive tracks.
"I want them to be like ... this is the music she makes. And she just happens to be gay and happens to love soul music and happens to love folk, and it kind of all works.' "
Ickes left his band of 20 years to focus on playing with Hensley, and their chemistry is undeniable.
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