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An Interview with Tony Bennett

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The music legend discusses his latest album, Viva Duets, and his deep appreciation of his craft. Read More »

Interview: Nicki Richards – Royal Reality

In-demand backing vocalist and independent musician talks business, inspiration, Madonna, and more. Read More »

An Interview with Nona Hendryx

The funk/rock legend offers insights to her timely new album, Mutatis Mutandis, her first solo effort in 20 years. Read More »

An Interview with Dave Wakeling of the English Beat

Upon the release of a comprehensive, five-disc boxed set, the English Beat's Dave Wakeling talks music, politics, and how both have coexisted in his career. Read More »

An Interview with Eric Hutchinson

The 31-year-old singer/songwriter, whose latest LP Moving Up Living Down is moving up the charts, talks about songwriting and defying conventions. Read More »

Interview: Melissa Manchester – The Journey of an Artist

The legendary vocalist and composer talks about her experiences in the music business and what she's up to now. Read More »

Music Review: Paul Simon – So Beautiful Or So What [CD/DVD] [Collector’s Edition]

Paul Simon’s So Beautiful or So What is a masterpiece of verse and music. Read More »

Dawes: Time Well Spent On The Road

Downtime is hard to come by for a band as on the rise as Dawes, who is touring in support of one of the year's best albums. Read More »

Leah Siegel: Freedom’s Just Another Word for Firehorse

Fearless and free, Leah Siegel charges out of the gate as Firehorse, illustrating a vivid collision of songcraft and imagination. Read More »

An Interview with Rachael Yamagata

The evocative songstress recalls how she exceeded her own expectations in making her latest LP, Chesapeake. Read More »