The conductor and scholar shines a light on the compelling story of another great American conductor in his new book, Dean Dixon: Negro at Home, Maestro Abroad (African American Cultural Theory and Heritage).
The prolific film director discusses her new biographical documentary What Happened, Miss Simone?, which is available for streaming on Netflix.
The multiplatinum selling jazz saxophonist talks about and plays a song from his new album, Futuresoul.
The iconic country singer reflects on her four decade-long career, and shares why she has decided to return to the stage.
The legendary R&B singer and former Gap Band frontman opens up about his life, music, and his new autobiography I Am Charlie Wilson.
The New York Post TV writer and accomplished biographer unpacks his latest book, Ringo: With A Little Help, about the legendary Beatles drummer.
The talented jazz pianist talks about the various genres that influence his music, and what he did to put his own stamp on the classic songs found on his new album, Covered.
Part two of our conversation with the influential rap artist about how Hip-Hop music can be used as a tool for political and social change.
In part one of a two-part conversation, the prolific rapper discusses Hip-Hop music’s ability to be used as a tool of protest, empowerment, and social change.
The up and coming jazz vocalist discusses her musical influences, and performs a song from her new album, The Sun Season.