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"It was always difficult for us to find the time to stop writing new songs and look at old songs," Welch says. The 20th anniversary of her debut gave them that opportunity this year.
The guitarist has played with Charlie Sexton, Roger Waters and Eric Clapton, but his latest music is influenced by trips through North Africa and India.
The Moscow-born singer turns back to her roots for her latest record, Remember Us To Life. Hear her tell the stories behind the songs and perform an old Russian lullaby.
"You need new, fresh blood sometimes," Chrissie Hynde says of making the new Pretenders album. "You need to feed off of something that inspires you."
The prolific guitarist performs songs from his latest album, Golden Sings That Have Been Sung, which showcases his subtle humor and stellar fingerpicking.
The renowned Texas musician lays down his electric guitar and picks up the acoustic for his new album, EJ. Watch him perform live onstage.
More than 30 years into their country-rock band's career, songwriters Jim Cuddy and Greg Keelor are still going strong.
After 35 years, the three women who make up this Japanese band have cemented their status as cult heroes and pop-punk icons.
The North Carolina band has been singing the praises of dirt-track racing, Little Debbie pastries and kudzu for over 30 years.
Watch the 20-year-old guitarist, whose new album was produced by Warren Haynes, play "Virginia" live in Philadelphia.
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