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Classic World Cafe: John Mayer En Route To Superstardom
Today, you can pretend it's 2001: John Mayer visits the
just after the release of his debut album
Room For Squares,
which sold over 4 million copies and won him his first Grammy award.
Christine And The Queens' Energy Is Electric, Even Over Video Chat
Christine is expressive in every sense, not only in her avant-garde music or the way she communicates complexities through dance, but also in conversation.
Jamie Drake's Debut Album Was A Decade In The Making
After settling in LA, Jamie waited 10 years before she started performing publicly. But, as you are about to hear, the wait was worth it.
LA Hood Life Tours: A Ride Through The Birthplace Of West Coast Hip-Hop
LA Hood Life Tours take you to where Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar, Nipsey Hussle and the larger genre of West Coast Hip-Hop got started.
Chicano Batman Speaks To Its Musical Evolution On 'Invisible People'
Chicano Batman's latest album,
Invisible People, is
a big sounding record, but it's also tight and filled with hooks.
The Airborne Toxic Event's Mikel Jollett Writes His Story In Words And Music
Mikel Jollett shares how 'Hollywood Park,' his book and album of the same name, came to be.
Possum Dixon Bandleader Rob Zabrecky Found The Magic In Performance
Not only was he was the rock and roll leader of Possum Dixon, but he's a world class magician, storyteller and now author with his 2019 memoir,
, which explores his life and a very untold side of LA.
LA Trio JEMS Creates Harmonies And Songs To Stand The Test Of Time
The Los Angeles trio performs live from the famed club Hotel Cafe, sharing the importance of the venue, and how they discovered they could sing in such perfect harmony.
How The War On Drugs Perfected The Art Of The Socially Distanced Livestream
The leader of The War on Drugs, Adam Granduciel, talks from his from his LA home about how the band perfected performing together, even though they were recording from places all across the country.
Sparks Refuses To Go Out Of Style
The band's been flipping pop conventions for the past five decades; that innovation continues on its latest,
A Steady Drip, Drip, Drip.
Ethan Gruska's Musical Family Tree Goes Way Back
A Career-Spanning Conversation With Liz Phair
It'll Take More Than A Tornado And A Pandemic To Stop The Music Of Nashville
Did Hamilton Leithauser Write A Song About You?
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