The renowned rocker—who describes himself as the progeny in equal measure of Stravinsky and Hendrix—imparts his unique wisdom on resisting pigeonholing.
The former schoolteacher talks about the experience of recording his latest album, “Mountains of Sorrow, Rivers of Song.”
The Grammy-nominated musician talks about his Americana tour and offers a glimpse of his artistry in a performance.
A much-sought-after bass player, East talks about stepping into the spotlight and demonstrates his talent with a track from his long-awaited debut solo release.
The four-time Grammy nominee demonstrates his extraordinary guitar sound with a performance of a track from his “Friends” CD.
The songstress who’s been called one of the best soul singers of her generation comments on her “favorite album ever.”
Hill and Roday reflect on the end of their long-running series, Psych—a show that helped to put the once-fledgling USA Network on the map.
One of music’s great session men talks about segueing to frontman with his debut solo album, “You Should Be So Lucky.”
Long regarded as one of the funniest comedians around, Conway recounts stories from his inspiring memoir, What’s So Funny?
Matlin—the first deaf performer to win the Oscar for best actress—describes her recurring role on the ABC Family drama series, Switched at Birth.