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Josie Dunn photo by Bree Fish
Josie Dunn photo by Bree Fish
Josie Dunn photo by Bree Fish

"I’m grateful for the rough patches too because you just learn and grow from them," says Josie Dunne. "I know that I’m gonna come out of this stronger."

 
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Doug Clifford by Brent Clifford
Doug Clifford by Brent Clifford
Doug Clifford by Brent Clifford

"If there’s nobody around to write with, I get on the piano and play the three chords I know," says Doug "Cosmo" Clifford. "It’s rock ’n’ roll, so who needs more than that."

 
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Fatoumata Diawara Photo by Aida Muluneh
Fatoumata Diawara Photo by Aida Muluneh
Fatoumata Diawara Photo by Aida Muluneh

"Behind this, there is a lot of love and people can feel that," says Fatoumata Diawara. "I want to speak to love and nothing else. Just peace and love."

 
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Seratones Photo by Dylan Glasgow Guice
Seratones Photo by Dylan Glasgow Guice
Seratones Photo by Dylan Glasgow Guice

"I needed the refuge of soul music," says the Seratones' A.J. Haynes about POWER. "I needed to see myself in a different way."

 
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JJ Wilde
JJ Wilde
JJ Wilde

"The big message that I want out to people is about mental health," says Canadian singer JJ Wilde about the song and video for "Funeral for a Lover."

 
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Danielle Nicole photo by Jacob Blickenstaff
Danielle Nicole photo by Jacob Blickenstaff
Danielle Nicole photo by Jacob Blickenstaff

"It’s not necessarily a concept album, " says singer-bassist Danielle Nicole about CRY NO MORE. "I was more conscious of the content of the songs."

 
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Marty Stuart
Marty Stuart
Marty Stuart

"I was looking for a place to get me back to the real stuff and the heart and soul of the matter," says country singer-guitarist Marty Stuart about what led to the creation of THE PILGRIM 20 years ago.

 
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Sweet Lizzy Project
Sweet Lizzy Project
Sweet Lizzy Project

"It was in English and indie rock, so I wasn’t expecting the Cuban institutions to like it or pay attention to it, but they did," Sweet Lizzy Project's Lisset Diaz says about the Cuban band's early music.

 
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The influential alternative Mexican rock band La Gusana Ciega recently came to the States to play a few dates in support of the new music video for “Pasiflorine” which addresses the issue of domestic violence on your radar for ...

 
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Elohim
Elohim
Elohim

"I was drawn to weirder sounds," says singer-songwriter Elohim. "That’s naturally where my ear went even though I grew up playing classical piano. I always thought the weirder the better."