As part of Morning Edition's Song Project, Mark Ramos Nishita revisited the songwriting routine he implemented at the beginning of lockdown, and which changed dramatically throughout it.
Join us in an online listening party for Dawn Richard's Second Line. Hosted by WNXP's Jewly Hight, the event will feature a live conversation with Richard herself — along with Dawn's mom, Debbie.
This year's choices include Diane Warren's 12th Oscar nomination, a show-stopper from Eurovision Song Contest and three entries in a subgenre we call "Glorycore."
For all the fuss around the viral hit "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)," its true message is a tender one: Hell hath no fury like what young queer people go through every day.
The versatile, eclectic multimedia artist and musician Laurie Anderson has taken stock of her life's work, pursuing reissues and retrospectives while always forging ahead.
On the re-recorded Fearless (Taylor's Version), Taylor Swift – and her fans – reconnect with the past; we asked writers and musicians to share how they hear these songs now.
In 2006, Spektor's album Begin to Hope helped cement her place as a pop phenomenon. Its success was buoyed by the hit "Fidelity," which is one of several songs Spektor performed on Mountain Stage.
The one and only Sting returns to Tiny Desk, and this time he's brought Beninese pop star Shirazee.
Watch the pop superstar and his band perform four songs from the forthcoming Justice, including a world premiere of "Peaches."
The Grammys demonstrated a brilliant new way to assemble an awards show, and a not-so-brilliant way to choose the winners.
Beyoncé, Megan Thee Stallion, Taylor Swift and Billie Eilish were the biggest winners at the coronavirus-delayed and -distanced 63rd annual Grammy Awards.
The Spanish-language EP presents a more intimate image of a pop singer who's still trying to find space for who she is and who she wants to be.
Ahead of writing her Song Project entry, Edmonson's focus dramatically shifted, from a budding community of fans to her Texas-based mother, who went through the ringer while they were apart.
The pop star's struggle to regain control of her master recordings has been long fought and documented. Swift continues with an announcement of the first rerecorded album, Fearless (Taylor's Version).
The provocative pop star covers Mazzy Star's "Fade Into You" and performs two cuts from Plastic Hearts for her Tiny Desk quarantine concert.