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Amy Adams-The Enchanted star goes back to old London towne in the old-school parlor comedy Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day.
Bryan Adams (2005 interview)-The classic Canadian rocker returns with the new CD Room Service and a two-disk Anthology.
Bryan Adams (2015 interview)-The classic rocker takes on some of his favorites with Tracks of My Years.

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Aerosmith-The classic rock band celebrates over 40 years on the road with the concert film Aerosmith Rocks Donington 2014.
The Afters-A rock band combines the divine and the profane.
Hoodie Allen-The up-and-coming young rapper is a Happy Camper.
Alien Ant Farm-a group of rock and roll survivors return to the fray with their third CD Up in the Attic.
American Head Charge-Nu Metal heads chat with Bill Henhoeffer.
Tori Amos discusses her album Boys for Pele and her career.

Jon Anderson-The legendary voice of YES talks about his new group ARW, The Tour of the Universe and induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Steve Aoki-The EDM DJ and record company exec celebrates a stellar career with the documentary I'll Sleep When I Die.

Katie Armiger-A young country thrush plays with fire on her new album Fall Into Me.
Lucie Arnaz-The actress and singer celebrates her famous parents with her new CD Latin Roots.

Mel B-The former Scary Spice judges our best on America's Got Talent.

Burt Bacharach-One of the greatest songwriters of the 20th Century gets political.
Baha Men-The tropical group who let the dogs out sit down for a chat.
The Bangles (2003 Interview) tell us about their first new studio album in fourteen years.
The Bangles (2011 Interview)-The favorite band returns with a fantastic new disk, Sweetheart of the Sun.
Barenaked Ladies-Canadian rockers discuss their album Stunt and how strange it is to be famous.
Fantasia Barrino-The former American Idol returns with her fourth album, Side Effects of You.
Basia-After fifteen years out of the public eye, a star jazz singer returns to the road From Newport to London.
Natasha Bedingfield takes the world by storm with her smash album Unwritten.
Berlin-Lead singer Terri Nunn of the new wave group looks back at her career and the band's latest album Animal.
Bertell-The R&B singer is Goin' Hard for stardom.
Bo Bice-The American Idol favorite looks to prove he's The Real Thing.
Big Time Rush-TV's favorite boy band tries to Elevate their following.
Blessid Union of Souls-The 90s hitmakers return to the fray with the indie release Close to the Edge.
Blue Öyster Cult-The mind behind the thinking man's hard rock band looks back on thirty years of playing.
James Blunt-How does he follow up one of the most recognizable hits of the last decade?  By totally changing up his sound on his third album Some Kind of Trouble.

Bon Jovi-The rock supergroup hits the road again for their latest album This House is Not For Sale.

Bowling for Soup-The pop/punksters return with their latest spicy platter, The Great Burrito Extortion Case.
Creed Bratton-Long before he became The Office's resident curmudgeonly oddball, he was a sixties pop star.
Brit and Alex-The twin sisters leave behind modeling to strike a musical pose.
Jonatha Brooke turns personal tragedy into life-affirming art with My Mother Has 4 Noses.
Marc Broussard-This Louisiana singer/songwriter takes us on the road to Carencro.
Julie Brown-The Homecoming Queen has an SUV now.
Kaci Brown-How does a nice, normal teenaged girl deal with becoming a pop star?
Luke Bryan-The country singer will always be himself.
bryson_small.gif (14407 bytes) Peabo Bryson-The king of smooth soul love ballads discusses his latest album and his storied career.
burrows.gif (50430 bytes) Tony Burrows-An intimate chat with one of the greatest unknown voices in pop music.
CAKE-The alt-rock survivors reach new heights with their Showroom of Compassion.
Belinda Carlisle-The post-punk princess opens up about her life, her vices and her secrets in her memoir Lips Unsealed.
Vanessa Carlton-The singer/songwriter pianist returns with a third album and a new artistic home.
Rosanne Cash-The acclaimed singer-songwriter discusses her album Rules of Travel.
David Cassidy-Forty years on from The Partridge Family, the former teen idol reminds us why we think we love him.
Nick Cave-The singer/songwriter/actor/ novelist tries his hand at a screenplay with The Proposition.
Celtic Woman interview about 'Homecoming: Live from Ireland' Celtic Woman-The beloved Irish group returns to the road with a great new live album Homecoming: Live in Ireland.
Charlene-The singer behind the iconic 1980s smash "I've Never Been to Me" writes about her sweet life in her autobiography.
Ciara-The singer takes a shot at reality TV in I Can Do That.
The Click Five-The power pop group rules the radio with "Just the Girl."
Lindsey Cohen-A young singer/songwriter debuts with Grace Under Pressure.
Rita Coolidge interview about 'Safe in the Arms of Time' Rita Coolidge-The famous singer and "Delta Lady" looks back at her career and forward to her new CD Safe in the Arms of Time.
Alice Cooper-The original shock rocker returns to his masterpiece with Welcome 2 My Nightmare.
Sharon Corr-Steps out from her famous family group to take the spotlight with the solo album The Same Sun.
Cowboy Junkies-The atmospheric alt-rock band celebrates their twentieth anniversary.

Simon Cowell-Our favorite snarky judge watches us on America's Got Talent.

Peter Criss-The original drummer from legendary rock band KISS discusses his potentially deadly brush with breast cancer.
Burton Cummings-The former Guess Who singer returns to the road.

Justin Currie-The former leader of 90s hitmakers Del Amitri discusses going it alone with The Great War.

Roger Daltrey-A legendary rocker stands up to fight teen cancer.
rondante1.gif (72070 bytes) Ron Dante-A pop music legend looks back at a long, varied music career.
Alana Davis creates a brand new home for her music.

Daya-The new pop star knows where the good boys go to "Hide Away."

Kathryn Dean-We Hit the Lights on a new pop singer taking music by storm.
Julie Delpy-A conversation with the star, co-writer and soundtrack singer of Before Sunset.
Dem Franchize Boyz-The group behind the hit jam "I Think They Like Me" sound off.
Bo Diddley-The blues legend on music, civil rights, the state of radio and making hamburgers in Europe.
dishwa1.gif (306110 bytes) Dishwalla-Guitarist Rodney Browning says there's a lot more to these rockers than "Counting Blue Cars."
Micky Dolenz-The once and future Monkee returns to New York for A Little Bit Broadway, A Little Bit Rock and Roll.
Donovan-The recent Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee looks back at The Essential Donovan.
Hilary and Haylie Duff muse on living in a material world.
James Durbin-An American Idol survivor Celebrates his latest release.
Steve Earle-The outlaw cowboy cult favorite discusses his duo album with folk singer Shawn Colvin.
Zac Efron and Nikki Blonsky get out the kinks in Hairspray.
Charles Eliasch-A young opera singer tells us about his Carnegie Hall debut.
Emblem3 (2013 interview)-Takes the road to teen pop stardom with Nothing to Lose.
Emblem3 (2014 interview)-The popular boy group hits the road for their first headlining tour.

Emblem3 (2016 interview)-The three members of the popular boy group tell us all about getting back together after a year-long split.

etheri1.gif (32907 bytes) We caught rock & roll star Melissa Etheridge just as she reached superstardom!

Jackie Evancho and her cohorts look at the effects of 60s radicalism in the new millennium in The Company You Keep.

Evanescence-After five years out of recording, the band is back and rocking harder in their third, self-titled album.
Fabian-The former teen idol and Golden Boy of Bandstand is turned loose on a new millennium.

Fall Out Boy take it to the streets with their Monumentour.

Fastball -Band leader Miles Zuniga tells us about getting back into the studio and back on the road.
Finger Eleven-The Canadian rockers become our "Paralyzer" and we think we've been struck by them.
The 5 Browns-Bringing a new generation into the classical music world with No Boundaries.
Five For Fighting - Lead singer John Ondrasik talks about his band and the hits "Superman (It's Not Easy)" and "100 Years."
Flickerstick leader Brandin Lea discusses life on the road and life on TV.
Florida Georgia Line-The young country group are gonna "Cruise" to the big time.
Fountains of Wayne-New Jersey's great pop rock hope opens up about making the leap from cult fave to hit band.
Jamie Foxx plays a living legend in Ray. Now he may become one himself.
Teddy Geiger-The new teen heartthrob debuts with the album Underaged Thinking and the TV series Love Monkey.
gibson1.gif (44289 bytes) Debbie Gibson isn't just mama's little girl anymore.
Girl in a Coma-A rocking Mexican-American girl group crosses musical borders with Trio B.C.

Goo Goo Dolls-Enter their fourth decade in music by thinking outside the Boxes.

Lesley Gore-One of the first teen pop heartthrobs comes out as a grown woman.
Charlie Gracie-A rock and roll survivor looks back at fifty years of being fabulous.
Macy Gray-A true R&B original returns with a great new CD, Big.
Daryl Hall-The legendary rock and soul singer takes on a new medium - the internet - with "Live from Daryl's House."

Herbie Hancock-The legendary jazz pianist goes off in new Directions in Music.
Glen Hansard and John Carney reinvent the musical with Once.
Hanson-The pop phenomenon goes indie rock.

Jackson Harris-A young singer works his way up the pop star ranks.

Emily Hearn-Young singer/songwriter blows up like a "Volcano" with her latest album Hourglass.
Heathers-Twin Irish singers bring their fusion of traditional folk and modern dance to the States with their second album Kingdom.
Jill Hennessy-The star of Crossing Jordan juggles being a new mother with a hit series.
Taylor Hicks-The blue-eyed soul man who became an American Idol sensation releases his major-label debut CD.
Susanna Hoffs-The Bangles singer goes solo with the Sixties' love note Someday.
Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors-A rootsy family band teaches us about the Good Light.
Hot Chelle Rae chat with us backstage at Jingle Ball 2012.
Sarah Hudson - The singer gives us the Naked Truth.
Ian Hunter-The former Mott the Hoople frontman goes solo... again.
Eugene Hutz of Gogol Bordello reflects on his film debut in Everything is Illuminated.
Ice Cube on the road from hardcore rap to Are We There Yet? and XXX2: State of the Union.
Enrique Iglesias heads back on the road for his Euphoria tour.
IM5-YouTube is helping to create the next massive boy band.

Ingersol-A brand new voice brings us some "Comfort Comfort."

I Nine-a new rock band lives through "Seven Years of Lonely."
Frankie J-The singing heartthrob returns to the clubs with Priceless.

Alyssa Jacey (2006 interview)-an up-and-coming singer tells us about her music and her big plans.

Alyssa Jacey (2010 interview)-The young singer/songwriter celebrates her debut full-length album Here's to Change.

Jack & Jack-They share more than just a first name, this pop sensation shares the beat.

Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson-A rap star goes behind the scenes for the TV series Power.

Lovey James-A young YouTube favorite is making a bid for pop stardom with "Who You Are."
Tommy James-The sixties rocker is living the life in a new millennium.
Courtney Jaye (2005 interview)-The new singer hits the road with Traveling Light.
Courtney Jaye (2013 interview)-Gives her best case for music stardom yet again with Love and Forgiveness.
Jay-Z-The rapper may be retiring as a performer, but that doesn't mean he is going to Fade To Black.
Jet-The Aussie rockers Shine On.
jewel.gif (178162 bytes) Jewel-Everyone's favorite Alaskan folkie discusses art, music and life's injustices just as her career explodes.
Billy Joel-The musical legend enters into a historic agreement with Madison Square Garden and we were there.

Joe Jonas-The singer takes a shot at reality TV in I Can Do That.

Coco Jones-The upcoming singer believes that if you love them, "Let 'Em Know."
Ernst Jorgensen-Protecting the musical legacy of the King of Rock and Roll.

Journey-The classic arena rock group targets new Generations.
Kalin & Myles-The YouTube sensations release their debut full-length album.
Karmin chat with us backstage at Jingle Ball 2012.

Mat Kearney-The singer/songwriter avoids the sophomore jinx with his album City of Black & White.
Donnie Kehr interview about 'The Greatest Piano Men.'

Donnie Kehr (2018 interview) gives a personal history of music with his show "The Greatest Piano Men."

Josh Kelley takes responsibility for his own vision with a new record label and a new CD, Just Say the Word.

Kem-A smooth jazz master gets intimate with us.

Cheyenne Kimball-A young singer releases her debut album and lives on MTV.
B.B. King-The legendary bluesman looks back from the road on his farewell tour.
Chantal Kreviazuk-We speak with one of the rare respected singer / songwriters who is able to keep her career in perspective to what is really important in her life.
Nick Lachey-The 98 Degrees crooner shares his experiences and skills with a cappella aspirants with his return as the host of the fourth season of The Sing-Off.
Lady Gaga-A dance-rock diva pursues The Fame.

The Lashes-Seattle's new pop hope breaks out with Get It!
Rachael Lawrence loves making I Hate My 30s.
Led Zeppelin-The rock and roll gods reunite (briefly) to share their personal farewell to their mentor, Celebration Day.
Julian Lennon-Returns to the music world with Everything Changes, his first album in 15 years.

Lifehouse hush those one-hit wonder whispers with their smash single "You and Me."

Alan Light-A rock journalist follows the unique road of Leonard Cohen's musical standard "Hallelujah" in the book The Holy or the Broken.

Toby Lightman-The soulful young singer talks about her debut album Little Things and single "Devils and Angels."
Sharon Little-A Philadelphia singer/songwriter breaks out with Perfect Time for a Breakdown.
Little Big Town (2006 Interview)-A country foursome moves out of the "Boondocks."
Little Big Town (2007 Interview)-When we talked to them last year, they were taking a huge risk by going indie.  Now they've made it -- their way.
Little Mix-The British girl group follows up their hit debut album with a snappy Salute.
Cher Lloyd chats with us backstage at Jingle Ball 2012.
Lobo-We'd love you to want this 70s soft rock hit maker.
Kenny Loggins and Jim Messina-A classic rock duo comes back together.
Low Millions-Adam Cohen, son of legendary songwriter Leonard Cohen, introduces his new group.
Patty Loveless-The country songbird goes back to her roots.


Lumidee-The Spanish Harlem-born reggae-rap artist makes sure her music is Unexpected.
Melissa Manchester looks back on forty years of recording with Playlist.
The Manhattan Transfer celebrate 35 years in perfect harmony.

Charlotte Martin-The singer/songwriter takes a walk On Your Shore.

Sir George Martin-The man behind the boards at Abbey Road with the Beatles reflects on a career of revolutionizing popular music.
Jesse McCartney (2008 interview)-The teen heartthrob grows up and gets funky with Departure.
Jesse McCartney interview about 'Better With You' Jesse McCartney (2018 interview)-The singer/songwriter-turned actor returns to music after a few years with the new single "Better With You."
Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr.-The sweet singing couple muse on love, music and one of the longest lasting unions in soul.
Katharine McPhee follows up the most watched TV series in the world with a hit debut album and single "Over It."
Melanie-Look what they've done to her songs, ma.
Rue Melo-The multilingual singer inspires us to "Check It."
Bridgit Mendler chats with us backstage at Jingle Ball 2012.
Method Man-The Wu Tang Clan rapper gets high on acting in The Wackness.
Ingrid Michaelson-The singer/songwriter finds new avenues to making her CD Girls and Boys a smash hit.
Milky Chance-We steal a dance with the Sadnecessary band behind the hit single "Stolen Dance."
Jake Miller-The hip-hop sensation is Dazed and Confused by all the Rumors.
Mix Master Mike-He's the fourth Beastie Boy and he gives us the down low on the fine art of DJing.
MKTO (March 2014 interview)-Two best friends put together some "Classic" sounds to assault the pop charts.

MKTO (June 2014 interview)-Tony Oller checks back in with us to discuss living his "American Dream."

Eddie Money-A new tour and a hysterical Geico commercial have given the classic rocker two tickets to paradise.

Trevor Moran rides the YouTube express to stardom with O2L.

Nico Muhly-The classical musician is turning heads like Philip Glass and Björk.

Dermot Mulroney (2016 interview)-The Pure Genius star rocks out with his musical side project Cranky George.

Anne Murray-a legendary songbird discusses her career and her CD Duets: Friends and Legends.
Olly Murs chats with us backstage at Jingle Ball 2012.
Musiq Soulchild-The neo-soul singer hopes that you're still Lovanmusiq.
Mutlu-Bringing a new sound to Philly blue-eyed soul.
Anna Nalick-On the eve of her debut CD release she discusses Wreck of the Day.
Graham Nash-The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame singer.songwriter tells us some Wild Tales.
Bebe Neuwirth-The Broadway baby and Cheers icon releases her first CD Porcelain.
New York Metro Vocal Arts Ensemble-bringing opera to the masses.
noone2.gif (79155 bytes) No One-A look at a new metal group that is taking the music world by storm.


Omarion-A former boy band star grows up and takes over his own music with Ollusion.
OneRepublic (2008 interview) -It's not too late for the band behind "Apologize," one of the biggest hits of 2007.
OneRepublic (2012 interview) chat with us backstage at Jingle Ball 2012.
Orianthi-The Australian guitar prodigy takes the US by storm with her hit single "According to You" and debut CD Believe.
Hayley Orriantia interview about 'Strong, Sweet & Southern' Tour and 'The Goldbergs.' Hayley Orriantia-The Goldbergs daughter hits the road to share her music with the Strong, Sweet & Southern Tour.
Stacie Orrico-After a short break to live her life, she returns to music and has a Beautiful Awakening.
Our Lady Peace-Helping us to stay Healthy in Paranoid Times.
Panic! at the Disco-We discuss sins, tragedies, vices and virtues with the popular band.
Parachute-A rock and soul band isn't Losing Sleep over its bid for stardom.
Paramore-The lead singer of the hit band realizes "Ain't It Fun" to go on a dual Monumentour with Fall Out Boy.

Hope Partlow-Just because she's young, pretty and has blonde hair doesn't mean she's like Britney or Hilary.

Pearl Jam-Looking back 25 years to the band's classic debut album Ten.

Pentatonix-These young singers revive the art and popularity of a capella singing.
Liz Phair-Alt rock figurehead or pop-rock heroine? Why can't she be both?
Phase Five-The upcoming boy band has us going "Upside Down."
PlayRadioPlay!-The one-man band breaks his way into the music business with a little help from MySpace.
Plug In Stereo-You know other people's versions of his songs, now hear his own music.
Rikki Rockett of Poison interview about the "Nothin' But a Good Time" Tour. Poison-How can we resist the "Nothin' But a Good Time" Tour?
Lisa Marie Presley steps farther out of her father's shadow with a second hit CD.
Tristan Prettyman paddles ashore to make her debut CD twentythree.
Joshua Radin-The New York-based screenwriter/folk musican changes career paths from wanting to write movies to composing songs for them.
Red Jumpsuit Apparatus-The band behind the smash-hit "Face Down" is taking it to the streets.
Carmen Reece-The new British diva takes us "Right Here."
Lisa Coleman of the Revolution interview about reunion tour and Prince. The Revolution-Lisa Coleman of Prince's legendary band talks about the band's reunion tour and losing a friend and mentor.
R5 (2015 interview)-Teen family group takes the leap from the Disney Channel to top of the charts with Sometime Last Night.
Rydel Lynch of R5 interview about 'New Addictions'

R5 (2017 interview)-Sister Rydel Lynch from the family group tells us about the EP "New Addictions."

Randy Rhoads-The late, great guitar hero is the subject of an elaborate new biography.
Robbie Rist-The musician/actor clues us in on beating the child star jinx.
Henry Rollins on the life of a driven renaissance man.
Ronstadt Generations-Members of a beloved singing family share their passion for roots music.
Rosey-An urban blues-rock chick from Connecticut makes the jump from behind-the-scenes to center stage.
Emmy Rossum-After taking on Hollywood and succeeding, the young actress shows her artistic range with her debut album.

Rumer-A British songstress crosses the pond to share the Seasons of My Heart.

Todd Rundgren-The acclaimed singer, songwriter and producer reflects on forty years as a pop/rock maverick.
Rush-Lead singer Geddy Lee talks about his music career and his parents' unique love story.
Raphael Saadiq-The soul singer/songwriter and producer starts his own label.
Saving Abel-The band behind the hit singles "Addicted," "18 Days" and "Drowning" come out swinging.
Secondhand Serenade-We fall for the singer/songwriter behind the smash hit single "Fall For You."
Shakira-Latin music sensation talks about her jump to international super-stardom.
Tommy Shaw-The STYX guitarist gets together with old friend Jack Blades to celebrate their Influences.
Ed Sheeran chats with us backstage at Jingle Ball 2012.

Duncan Sheik-The 90s hitmaker reinvents himself as composer of the hit Broadway play Spring Awakening and the follow-up Whisper House.
Shirin-A British dance singer wants to join the likes of Gaga and Rhianna with 'Taking You Away.'

Shontelle-The island girl shows us her Shontelligence with the hit single "T-Shirt."

Gene Simmons-The leader of KISS lets us in on all of the band's upcoming events.

Cody Simpson-The Aussie singer/songwriter strips (musically) down for his first acoustic tour.
sixpence.jpg (21732 bytes) Sixpence None the Richer 1999 Interview-Leigh Nash discusses her band and the catchiest single of 1999.
Sixpence None the Richer 2002 Interview-Singer Leigh Nash sits back down with us to discuss the album Divine Discontent.
Smash Mouth-The 90s alt rock All Stars return to the studio with their first album in six years, Magic.
Dallas Smith-The hit post-grunge former lead singer of Default goes country with "Tippin Point".
The Smithereens celebrate 30 years of rocking the house.
Phoebe Snow-The classic chanteuse behind "Poetry Man" overcomes tragedy to return to the stage.
Jill Sobule on her experience as an artist in the crazy world of the music business.
Rick Springfield-The 80s hitmaker looks back at superstardom and his lifelong battle with depression in his memoir Late, Late at Night.
Ryan Star-His name isn't the only thing predicting success for this rocker and his album 11:59.
Joss Stone-The young British soul thrush checks in to chat about  her debut album.
Sugar Ray-A popular 90s hitmaker returns after six years off the recording scene with the CD Music for Cougars.
Matthew Sweet-Celebrates 20 years with his Girlfriend.
Switchfoot-This up-and-coming band talks about their major label debut.
Theory of a Dead Man-A Canadian  rock band hits it big in the States with the singles "Bad Girlfriend" and "Not Meant to Be."
Rob Thomas-The voice of Matchbox Twenty goes it alone with Something to Be.
Three Dog Night-The biggest hit machine of the Nixon era celebrates a return to the charts.
Tanita Tikaram-The respected British singer/songwriter returns to American shores for the first time in over 15 years with Can't Go Back.
Justin Timberlake, Emile Hirsch, Ben Foster, Anton Yelchin and Shawn Hatosy decide who is the Alpha Dog.
Toto (2013 interview)-A supergroup of some of the biggest session men in 70s and 80s rock celebrates 35 years as a band.

Toto (2014 interview)-Releases a new concert video and CD to map out the long, strange trip they've been on for over 30 years.

Trans-Siberian Orchestra-The mastermind behind the melding of classic rock, classical and Christmas music discusses his band and their new album Letters From the Labyrinth.

The Tubes-A legendary theatrical pop/punk band hits the road again.
KT Tunstall-The Scottish singer keeps her Eye to the Telescope as she reaches for the stars.

Alex Turner- The Arctic Monkey submerses himself in the past in the film version of Submarine.

The Turtles-Almost 50 years into their career, a classic pop band is still "Happy Together."
Uncle Kracker-The new millennial pop star takes on the 90s Under the Sun Tour.
Carrie Underwood-This self-acknowledged sweet country girl has become our idol.
United Stages-Helping to keep off-off-Broadway viable.
Usher-The R&B superstar gets In the Mix of moviemaking.
Us3-The jazz hip-hop collective returns with more of their flip fantasia.
Jasmine V-An up-and-coming star makes the jump from child actress to hit singer.
Brooke Valentine-Lil Jon's protégée chases music stardom with "Girl Fight."
Frankie Valli-The original Jersey Boy releases his first new album in 28 years.
vee.gif (62721 bytes) Bobby Vee-Taking a look backwards with a 60s singing rage as he hits the comeback trail.
Jaci Velasquez sings for her life, her beliefs, beauty and grace.
A Very Brady Musical-Lloyd Schwartz and Hope Juber give a new twist to the family business.
John Waite-The great pop singer returns with Live All Access.
The Wallflowers-Jakob Dylan and the boys are Glad All Over to be releasing their first album in seven years.
Wang Chung-The band that was "Abducted by the 80s" is now taking on the new millennium with Tazer Up!
The Wanted chat with us backstage at Jingle Ball 2012.
Dale Watson-Forget what you're getting spoon-fed by Nashville. This is country music.
webb1.gif (60428 bytes) Jimmy Webb (1999 Interview)-Classic tunesmith's book looks at the crazed world of professional songwriting.
Jimmy Webb (2010 Interview)-The legendary singer/songwriter returns with a new album with the help of some friends.
chucke.gif (123181 bytes) Chuck E. Weiss-Legendary LA hipster discusses his first new album released in eighteen years.
Tyrone Wells (2007 interview)-Soulful rocker leaves the indies behind and asks us "What Are You Fighting For?"
Tyrone Wells (2015 interview)-The singer-songwriter keeps on his life path with his latest album Roll With It.
Jerry Wexler-The man who coined the term "rhythm and blues" looks back on a career of classic rock and soul.
Matt White-The young singer-songwriter looks forward to his Best Days.

Jacob Whitesides (2014 interview)-A social media superstar is starting to explode on the road.

Jacob Whitesides (2016 interview)-Checking back in with our old buddy on his latest "Lovesick" tour.

The Wiggles-We catch up with the Beatles of the preschool set.
Barry Williams-Here's the story of a guy who played Greg Brady.
Dan Wilson-After two decades of great pop-rock, the Grammy winning singer/songwriter finally releases his solo debut album Free Life.
Mary Wilson-The supremely talented girl group pioneer is still making great music.
Nancy Wilson interview about Roadcase Royale Nancy Wilson-The legendary guitarist from Heart takes her new band Roadcase Royale out for a spin.
Alicia Witt-A well-known actress follows her muse to give her talent at singing a try.
Lucy Woodward (2008 interview)-The jazzy chanteuse has us Hot and Bothered.
Lucy Woodward (2012 interview)-Catching up with the latest news from our fave chanteuse
Woody Woodmansey-The former Spider from Mars drummer opens a new chapter in music with the all-drums trio 3-D.
Tom Wopat-This good ol' boy left Hazzard County behind for the lights of Broadway.
"Weird Al" Yankovic-Pop music's parody king reflects on a life of being "White and Nerdy."

Warren Zanes-The former alt-rocking Del Fuegos member writes the definitive book on his hero, Petty: The Biography.

The Zombies-A British invasion group comes back with their finest music ever.

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