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Rather than taking on an acid tongue, Prass digs into the sweeter possibilities — that tough times can make people stick together, stand up and be counted and even dance.
Few musicians have more of a signature sound or personality than Hook. Hear a live performance and interview with the post-punk pioneer.
With a career spanning more than five decades, Nelson is an American treasure. Over a cup of coffee, the 85-year-old talks about outliving old friends, practicing martial arts and life on a tour bus.
He's loved music and performing his whole life. Now, he has finally released his debut album in his early 60s.
The Australian artist's latest album Tell Me How You Really Feel is marvelous for many reasons. Barnett discusses writing about doubt while exuding total ease and artistic certainty.
His voice and style align him more with rising R&B crooners than with country hunks, but R.LUM.R is part of a Tennessee pop scene pairing classic song craftsmanship with innovative production.
You don't have to have heard John Prine's music before to feel instantly connected to him. His songs are an invitation to come along.
Though he's had some ups and downs, Crockett has come out on the other side with a cowboy hat, some amazing songs and a hard-earned version of optimism that's nothing short of inspiring.
The trio is making waves, joining the likes of Tame Impala, Wolfmother and Courtney Barnett as top Australian rockers breaking big stateside.
Members of the beloved 90's rock band discuss getting the party started again after 25 years since its debut album.
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