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Early on Carll focused more on telling other people's stories than his own. Now, he has a sweet collection of new songs called What It Is where he tells his own.
Lizzo is a singer, writer, rapper, producer and classically trained flutist who has been working towards her incredible, star-making moment for a long time.
The guitar legend recorded 49 songs in 10 days for his latest album, Africa Speaks.
I Am Easy To Find isn't just the band's latest album title, but that of a short film too.
For her latest release, Begin Again, Jones ditched the album format in favor of a collection of seven singles that would allow her to sprawl out musically.
Bush drops by to reflect on mashing the improvisational spirit of jazz, the late-night sprawling sensibilities of jam bands and even the influence of reggae on bluegrass and country.
Bingham shares stories and performs live, offering reflections on the state of the world and his own personal history.
Penny & Sparrow's latest single "Don't Wanna Be Without Ya" promises someone close to you that no matter what form you take in the next life, I want to be a part of it.
Jakob Dylan, Cat Power and Jade Castrinos perform songs from the new music documentary and concert film Echo In The Canyon.
The O'Jays founding members Eddie Levert and Walter Williams explain why "Love Train" is still relevant today.
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