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The legendary Rush frontman and bassist has kept busy cataloging, photographing and writing about his collection of bass guitars.
The way Cunningham plays and sings makes the young singer-songwriter's debut album, Who Are You Now, shine.
Yes, that's a real address and yes, it refers to a real-life breakdown.
Mattiel Brown's powerful and assertive vocals lead a pinch of garage rock, a touch of psychedelia and some galloping honky-tonk.
Named after his late brother, the accomplished musician's latest album raises awareness of substance abuse.
In this farewell playlist, you'll find 100 songs that have challenged or changed Schlanger during her time on World Cafe; songs she'll be taking with her as she goes.
The Alabama Shakes lead singer has just released her debut solo album, Jaime, and it's incredible both on the record and performed live.
Born in Israel and raised the Netherlands, Keren Ann now calls Paris home.
Pascal Danaë shed light on the historic and musical connection between Africa, the French West Indies and Louisiana.
The sisters share how their Yoruban traditions have shaped the people they become.
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