Jarreau tells why he pays tribute to the artistry of George Duke with his CD, “My Old Friend.”
The multitalented artist shares stories from his autobiography in which he chronicles his rise to successful jazz/soul crossover artist.
The Emmy-, Grammy- and Tony-nominated performer talks about her current projects.
Gordy and de Passe discuss behind-the-scenes memories of the historical Motown 25 TV concert and plans for the Broadway hit, Motown the Musical.
Blacc reflects on the aftermath of his 2013 smash hit, “Wake Me Up,” and performs a track from his new album, “Lift Your Spirit.”
Jones talks about his film, Keep on Keepin’ On, documenting the mentorship between jazz legend Clark Terry and a blind piano prodigy.
The Grammy-nominated artist describes his latest CD, “Promise to Love,” which topped Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
Considered by many as the reigning king of tap, Glover talks about his desire to restore African roots to tap.
The hip-hop pioneer discusses the current state of the rap culture and his new digital album, “The Black in Man.”
Mendes reflects on his influence on the music industry, his collaborations and his mediums and talks about his latest projects.