She's among the last living beboppers, one of the first singers on Blue Note and a pioneer of voice and bass. The legendary Sheila Jordan joins Christian McBride for a career-spanning conversation.
Earlier this month, The Monkees' Micky Dolenz visited Athens, Ga., where members of R.E.M., mayor Kelly Girtz and the town itself gave him an enthusiastic reception. Hundreds of fans gathered outside historic Wuxtry Records on Nov. 3, 2023 for selfies and signed copies of Dolenz Sings R.E.M.. Now back in Los Angeles, Dolenz is reflecting on how this 'Georgia moment' fits into his storied career as a Monkee, musician, director and producer.
Following star-making roles in Broadway's Kinky Boots and FX's Pose, Billy Porter has released an original album that plays out like mini-autobiographies: Black Mona Lisa.
The Alabama Shakes singer exploded preconceptions with her 2019 solo debut. On What Now, a follow-up born from a few years of life-quaking resets, she's ready to leave any remaining limits behind.
The Grammy-winning bassist, bandleader and broadcaster talks about his love for music, family ties in the jazz world, and the thrill of sitting in with Wynton Marsalis as a teenager.
Ahead of a daring return to music, the outrageous half of OutKast talks New Blue Sun, his wild ayahuasca trip and why he gets so many requests to play flute at funerals.
The skillful guitarist talks about the experiences underneath her latest album, The Greater Wings.
When she was starring in Funny Girl on Broadway, Streisand would alter the music slightly each night: "You can't just copy what you did from the night before." Her new memoir is My Name is Barbra.
The artist doesn't need TikTok anymore to prove she can make a hit. Her debut album, Heaven Knows, makes it clear she's ready to conquer worlds beyond the web.
Trotter, aka Black Thought, reflects on his childhood in Philly, his decades-long friendship with Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson and his life as a musician. Trotter's new memoir is The Upcycled Self.
A first in a career spanning six decades: Cher has a Christmas album. She talked with NPR about her mother, her experience working with Stevie Wonder, and the time she hopped a freight train at age 9.
Paul McCartney and producer Giles Martin used artificial intelligence to isolate John Lennon's vocals from an old demo to finally complete The Beatles' "last" song, "Now And Then."
Byrne opens up about filming the 1984 concert film Stop Making Sense and says the band's hit song "Burning Down the House" is a compilation of "non-sequiturs that have a kind of emotional impact."
Featuring some of the best bluegrass players around, Might Poplar's self-titled debut album was a chance for five friends to play "real deal bluegrass" and is a masterclass in form.
The Georgia-born songwriter and producer of hits by Pink, Taylor Swift and Fall Out Boy is reuniting with Marvelous 3 bandmates for a new album, IV, and sold-out run of shows Oct. 27 through Oct. 29 at Atlanta's Tabernacle.