The classical superstar discusses his passion for using music to build bridges between disparate people and political ideologies.
The pop music critic-turned-biographer shares the backstory of his new text, Johnny Cash: The Life.
The “Secret Agent Man” reflects on 50 years of rock and roll, including his stint at the legendary L.A. music venue, the Whiskey a Go Go.
The hit-making singer-songwriter discusses his latest ventures, including the “Frosty the Snowman” CD and picture book and the Blue Sky Riders band.
The celebrated musician talks about his CD, “Musical Gifts,” and closes the show with a special performance.
The preeminent talent in composing film music reflects on why he accepted the task of scoring the feature drama, 12 Years a Slave.
The Grammy Award-winning vocalist offers the backstory to her book, Emotional Memoirs and Short Stories.
Founding members Wallace and Walter Scott discuss their 50 years of harmonies that began on the street corners of Watts, CA.
Michael Wright and Guy O’Brien, better known as Wonder Mike and Master Gee, recount their cautionary tale of youth, success and the small print on contracts.
Randolph—who plays one of the most difficult musical instruments there is: the pedal steel guitar—tells how he perfected his artistry.