Alpert, who picked up another Grammy this year for “Steppin’ Out” (best pop instrumental album), reflects on his 50+ years in the music business.
The talented singer, songwriter and producer talks about the project for which she won her 15th Grammy this year (best R&B album), “Girl on Fire.”
With 16 Grammys between the two of them, Edmonds and Braxton reflect on their history, including their latest collaboration.
Klugh, a master of the acoustic guitar, demonstrates his exceptional musicianship with a performance of the classic song, “Alfie.”
The SNL alum and Emmy-nominated actor-writer talks about making his dramatic acting debut in the Oscar-nominated film, Nebraska.
One of the foremost female jazz vocalists in the world today, Reeves comments on her five-year hiatus between CDs.
Larrieux discusses her seven-year recording hiatus and also performs “Afraid” from her latest release, “Ice Cream Everyday.”
The groundbreaking banjoist reflects on a career of defying labels and demonstrates his talent with a performance of a track featured on his CD, “The Imposter.”
Lynne discusses balancing her singing and songwriting with being a label chief and the experience of recording her latest project, the southern country gospel-influenced CD, “Thanks.”
In the first part of an enlightening conversation, the two renowned backing singers-turned-solo headliners reflect on being back in the spotlight.