Interviews

David Bromberg Recaptures His Magic On ‘The Blues, The Whole Blues & Nothing But The Blues’ (INTERVIEW)

“I really had a great time the last time I was in Baton Rouge but this time I’ve got my band with me so it makes a big difference.” For a singer-songwriter like David Bromberg, ...

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Songstress Kandace Springs Talks Opening Hall & Oates/Train Tour & Following Her Inner Nina Simone (INTERVIEW)

A couple of hours before the doors opened at The Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan, R&B/jazz artist Kandace Springs opened the door of her dressing room for an interview. Of course, Springs is the ...

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Welsh Singer-Songwriter Judith Owen Reimagines Classic Covers On ‘redisCOVERed’ (INTERVIEW)

Judith Owen is a woman of many hashtags: singer, songwriter, arranger, pianist, wife, daughter, sister, lover of dogs, resident of New Orleans, world traveler and Welsh. She has so many things in her palette that ...

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Trashcan Sinatras Reflect on ‘Cake’, ‘I’ve Seen Everything’ and More (INTERVIEW)

England has arguably been the epicenter of pop music and culture since The Beatles changed the world five and a half decades ago. And Ireland is often acknowledged as a force to be reckoned with ...

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Jonathan Davis of Korn Pulls Listeners Into New Direction With Debut Solo LP ‘Black Labyrinth’ (INTERVIEW)

When you’re in a busy, non-stop band like Korn, it’s sometimes hard to find blocks of time to work on anything but your main band. For singer/songwriter Jonathan Davis, he’s been sitting on his solo ...

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Blake Anderson Wants To Keep It ‘Interesante’ This Cinco De Mayo (INTERVIEW)

The comedian, best known for Workaholics, sits down and gets weird for a little Cinco de Mayo fun.

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The National Reserve Share Twangy Rocker “I’ll Go Blind”, Talk Debut Album ‘Motel La Grange’ (SONG PREMIERE/INTERVIEW)

For nearly half a decade, The National Reserve has spent its Friday nights lighting it up at a Brooklyn bar, winning over boozers and barflies with epic sets and a remarkable breadth of songcraft and ...

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Penguin Prison’s Chris Glover Talks Remixes, Touring, Goals and More (INTERVIEW)

Chris Glover, who performs under the name Penguin Prison, has been making music in New York City for over a decade now. While Chris has kept a steady stream of infectious electro-pop hits flowing throughout ...

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Odeya Rush Talks Teenage Rebellion And The Appeal Of ‘Dear Dictator’

Your typical teen comedies don’t involve a murderous Caribbean dictator with a British accent, elaborate foot fetish sequences, and a scene where a character gets waterboarded. But Dear Dictator (out now on home video) isn’t your ...

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Folk Duo Cicada Rhythm Create Patchwork Album With ‘Everywhere I Go’ (INTERVIEW)

If you wanted to write a modern, southern fairytale, maybe you’d start it like this. The first time Andrea DeMarcus, a classically trained bassist, met Dave Kirslis, he had been hopping freight trains around Georgia ...

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