Soul crooner offers real talk on the music business, life as an independent artist, and his new single, "For You."
Noted remixer and studio expert talks about his career path and Toronto-based artist development company, Attack Media Group.
Without descending into "tell-all" sensationalism, Way Down is an entertaining and informative memoir about Jerry Scheff as a working musician.
After scoring '80s pop hits "Roses" and "Getting Closer," the British singer disappeared. She returns with transatlantic CD, Bounce Back.
The pop singer/songwriter talks about overcoming her frustrations with the music industry and what fans can expect of her in the future.
Teen Witch fans often wonder just who "Shana" is. The lady herself talks about her career in recording and songwriting.
In Part Two, the composers shed light on their professional resumes and their son, producer Eric Hudson.
"Holiday" kickstarted Madonna's career in 1983. The writers discuss the song's creation and working with the Queen of Pop.
From '80s disco to modern-day electro, the singing entrepreneur talks songwriting, remixing, and money.
Much of that music that was posthumously released he had kept unreleased for a reason.