The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter reflects on what it was like working with powerhouse producer Babyface and the advantages and disadvantages of “crossing over” musically.
The musician-actor and writer, exec producer and star of Lilyhammer shares how his series became the first original show on Netflix.
Ice Cube had a very good day in 1992. Now, thanks to one exemplary journalist, we know which day that was.
Each week, we will bring you sights and sounds from our studio as guests sit in the chair to have a conversation with Tavis. Check out images of and quotes from Sean Penn, Etta James, Terrence Howard, Kathleen Turner and Seal.
The four-time Grammy winner, out with the new album “Soul 2,” discusses his separation from Heidi Klum, shares the two songs that he believes are the best songs ever written and offers his thoughts on President Obama’s singing voice.
Tavis devotes tonight’s show to the legacy of the three-time Grammy-winning blues matriarch.
Vancouver’s Dan Bejar and Destroyer made a record that is as catchy as it is enduring.
Our blogger Jeremy Freed—who’s no fan of Christmas music—explains why he gets a special kick out of Bob Dylan’s 2009 Christmas album.
The Grammy-winning country music singer-songwriter shares the inspiration for his lyrics and discusses his new album, “Working in Tennessee.”
The 26-time Grammy-winning singer-songwriter discusses what she feels has recently attracted artists to bluegrass and performs music from her new CD, “Paper Airplane.”