The Broadway favorite discusses her effortless transitions between parallel careers in stage, TV, film and music.
The nine-time Grammy-winning superstar explains why her CD, “The London Sessions,” marks a change in the direction of her music.
The recipient of two Billboard Music awards, Shepherd comments on spearheading a widespread revival of interest in the blues.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer reminisces about her music career, from her coffee house days to playing some of the biggest venues in the world.
Yarrow and Stookey recount the impact of their five decades at the crossroads of music and political action.
Koz talks about the collaborations on his holiday project, “The 25th of December,” and closes the show with a performance (accompanied by a special guest).
The multiple Grammy-winning hitmaker reflects on his vast songbook of hits and talks about his highly anticipated duets album, “Smokey & Friends.”
The child piano prodigy and one of the most influential musicians of our time shares stories from his long-awaited memoir, Possibilities.
The singer-songwriter demonstrates why Essence named her a “New & Next” artist with a performance of “Forbidden Fruit” from her self-titled EP.
Secada reflects on the journey from his humble roots as a Cuban refugee to becoming one of the most iconic voices in Latin music.