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The Revolution
The Revolution
The Revolution

Best known as Prince’s backing back, the Revolution formed in 1979 when Prince joined up with drummer Bobby Z. and keyboardist Matt Fink. After a few lineup changes, the final line-up included Lisa Coleman on keyboards/piano, W...

 
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Joe Nichols
Joe Nichols
Joe Nichols

"When you’re humble and hungry you want to practice and make yourself better and find out what your connection with people is and what they like about you and what you want to play," says Joe Nichols, talking about how he neede...

 
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Frank Iero
Frank Iero
Frank Iero

"At this time, the main job for an artist is to remind people what it is to be human, and that we need to look out for each other and love each other unconditionally," says Frank Iero.

 
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Black Joe Lewis
Black Joe Lewis
Black Joe Lewis

"Everything is on me and if anything goes wrong, I have to look to myself," says Joe Lewis about his touring behind his newest album BACKLASH.

 
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Adrian Belew
Adrian Belew
Adrian Belew

"I want to try to do everything myself in a solo project," says singer-guitarist Adrian Belew. "It’s a personal picture of what goes on in my musical head."

 
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Patti Smith credit Edward Mapplethorpe
Patti Smith credit Edward Mapplethorpe
Patti Smith credit Edward Mapplethorpe
 

Patti Smith Knows Who She Is

 
March 5, 2017
 



Each stop "has a special meaning because I have a specific memory of the city at that time," says singer Patti Smith about her upcoming midwestern dates celebrating the HORSES album.

 
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Courtesy Big Machine, David McClister
Courtesy Big Machine, David McClister
Courtesy Big Machine, David McClister

"Pretty much all of our songs are a love song wrapped around a drinking song," says Cadillac Three lap-steel player Kelby Ray. "That’s country music, right?"

 
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©ATO Records Margaret Glaspy Photo by Ebru Yidiz
©ATO Records Margaret Glaspy Photo by Ebru Yidiz
©ATO Records Margaret Glaspy Photo by Ebru Yidiz

Singer-songwriter Margaret Glaspy says her album EMOTIONS AND MATH "works as a whole even though it has different inspirations from different times."

 
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The Bye Bye Man
The Bye Bye Man
The Bye Bye Man

"There’s something more about getting scared that keeps me alive and makes me happy," says The Bye Bye Man director Stacy Title.

 
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Justin Townes Earle photo by Joshua Black-Wilkins
Justin Townes Earle photo by Joshua Black-Wilkins
Justin Townes Earle photo by Joshua Black-Wilkins

Singer-songwriter Justin Townes Earle was going to scrap Single Mothers after a record label squabble left the album in limbo. He recorded the follow-up, the equally poignant Absent Fathers, intending to put it out instead. But...