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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.
Bruce Hornsby has an appetite for the unusual that may surprise those who know him best for his 1986 smash hit "The Way It Is."
Michelle Zauner has an incredibly rich creative life. She makes music as Japanese Breakfast, scores video games, directs music videos and more.
Hosted by The Milk Carton Kids with performances and appearances by Brandi Carlile, Elvis Costello and more, the ceremony kicks off on Wednesday, Sept. 11, at 6:30 p.m. CT.
Run your finger across the song titles and liner notes of Lee Fields' latest album and you might guess Fields is a singer invested in spreading love through soulful music.
Ian Noe has an incredible way with words, but on his debut album, they are not the most uplifting or pleasant.
The people at the heart of Craig Finn's songs have seen a lot, but are trying to do the right thing.
Seeking a voice for his new music, Adrian Quesada was turned onto Eric Burton by a mutual producer friend and it was love at first listen.
Hear why the multi-instrumentalist feels like he made it after growing up in a very poor environment.
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