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Liam Gallagher Has A Lot To Be Happy About
The Britpop icon talks about his second solo album,
Oasis' break-up that's
chronicled in a new documentary and how his cat left poo in his tub while on tour.
Robbie Robertson On His Creative And Symbiotic Relationship With Martin Scorsese
The Band's songwriter and Scorsese have been friends and collaborators since they first worked together on
The Last Waltz
in 1976. This year, Robertson scored
Jade Jackson Brings A Rock And Roll Sensibility To Her Americana Music
The influence of her punk rock producer colors the classic Americana roots of Jackson's music in this live performance.
Bluegrass Band Della Mae Previews New Songs In A Virtuosic Live Performance
The unmistakably modern and inventive bluegrass string band perform live at the 2019 Americana Music Festival.
Kelsey Waldon Represents The Neo-Traditional Scene Burgeoning In Nashville
Waldon's new album,
White Noise / White Lines,
was released on John Prine's Oh Boy Records. She is the first signee to the label in 15 years.
Sonny Landreth Announces A New Album And Shares Stories About Peter Frampton
The slide guitar maestro announces a new album in his World Cafe session. It's tentatively scheduled for release in February 2020 and includes a song called "Mule."
An Audience Q&A Leads To Surprising Answers From The Head and the Heart
You don't want to ask silly questions, but sometimes a silly or lighthearted question is a great way to learn something about a band. Our audience takes over in this interview.
Pete Townshend On Creativity, 'The Age Of Anxiety' And The Who's New Record
Townshend talks about his debut novel, how it relates to The Who's rock opera,
, and what he'd say now to his younger self â€“ the one who wrote the lyric "I hope I die before I get old."
Presenting The Groundbreaking Country-Rockabilly-Tex-Mex Mix Of The Mavericks
Hear the band's AmericanaFest performance, drawing from its 2013 comeback album,
, as well as an interpretation of the John Anderson tune "Swingin'."
Molly Tuttle's Voice Shines In Her Live Rendition Of 'Rain And Snow'
The bluegrass guitarist, vocalist and songwriter treated the AmericanaFest Day Stage to songs from her debut full length album, plus an extra folk standard to boot.
The Relentless Energy Of The Record Company
Hear Tanya Tucker Perform Selections From Her First Original Album In 17 Years
Robert Randolph And The Family Band: Raucous Rock Meets The Gospel Tradition
How Psychedelics Influenced Noah Gundersen's Latest Album, 'Lover'
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