On 'Star-Crossed,' Kacey Musgraves Embraces Tragedy
Kacey Musgraves' latest album, Star-Crossed, chronicles the end of a relationship, through divorce and healing.
24 Sep 2021
Merry Clayton On 'Beautiful Scars' And A Life Of Singing
In the late 1960s, Merry Clayton was one of the most sought after backup singers. Her new album, released in April of this year, is called Beautiful Scars.
22 Sep 2021
On 'The Roadside,' Billy Idol Reunites With An Old Collaborator
This month, Billy Idol released The Roadside, a four song EP made with his longtime guitarist and cowriter, Steve Stevens.
20 Sep 2021
On 'Hope Above Adversity,' Dylan Cartlidge Makes Music Like Mantras
Cartlidge's debut album, Hope Above Adversity, was released in July of this year. It's filled with uplifting anthems that sonically jump from pop, to funk, to hip hop.
16 Sep 2021
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On 'Release Me 2,' Barbra Streisand Plucks From An Archive Full Of Gems
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For Tom Scharpling, Wanting To Be Part Of Something Bigger 'Never Ends'
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To Jackson Browne, Songwriting Is A Game Of Revision
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