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Shawn Colvin Goes Acoustic With 'Steady On'
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of
, the singer-songwriter recorded a new solo acoustic version of the record that captures the way she performs it live today.
Pixies, Beyond The Stage And Behind The Scenes
Black Francis and Joey Santiago talk about recording in upstate New York with a journalist watching their every move for a podcast on the making of the new Pixies album.
Tamino Embraces His Voice And A More Delicate Sound
Although his remarkable voice has been compared to Jeff Buckley's, the singer self-identifies more with Chris Cornell. Hear a live studio performance.
Vince Gill's Emotional New Album 'Okie' Is His Most Personal Yet
The Country Music Hall of Famer and in-demand collaborator got to make his new album on his own terms. Hear a live performance.
Geek Out With 'Geddy Lee's Big Beautiful Book Of Bass'
The legendary Rush frontman and bassist has kept busy cataloging, photographing and writing about his collection of bass guitars.
The Vocal Precision Of Madison Cunningham
The way Cunningham plays and sings makes the young singer-songwriter's debut album,
Who Are You Now
Buddy And Julie Miller's 'Breakdown On 20th Ave. South' Is Based On A Real Breakdown
Yes, that's a real address and yes, it refers to a real-life breakdown.
Mattiel's 'Satis Factory' Is Delightfully Unique
Mattiel Brown's powerful and assertive vocals lead a pinch of garage rock, a touch of psychedelia and some galloping honky-tonk.
Raphael Saadiq Sends A Universal Message On 'Jimmy Lee'
Named after his late brother, the accomplished musician's latest album raises awareness of substance abuse.
A Farewell Playlist From Talia Schlanger: 'Songs I'm Taking With Me'
In this farewell playlist, you'll find 100 songs that have challenged or changed Schlanger during her time on
; songs she'll be taking with her as she goes.
Brittany Howard Is Seamless From The Studio To The Stage
A Sense Of Place Visit To Montmartre, Paris With Keren Ann
Delgres Combines Guadeloupean Heritage With New Orleans Creole And Blues
Ibeyi's Voices Rise Up
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