I Love You, Honeybear, Josh Tillman’s latest album as Father John Misty, looks at love in our troubled times.
The average telephone interview with a touring musician lasts about 15 minutes. Carson Cox, however, keeps the conversation going for almost an hour,
Rhiannon Giddens doesn’t seem like the kind of person who gets intimidated by high-pressure situations.
It’s Ryan Adams season again, that moment in a larger cycle when the American singer-songwriter reappears to remind us, in one way or another, of his unwieldy talents.
As for his other source of distaff inspiration, Mike Hadreas has a confession to make.
The question has been asked more than once, but never answered in a fashion that completely clears things up.
Mackenzie Scott channelled her musings on mortality and faith into Torres’s brilliant second album, Sprinter.
Lindsey Stirling’s music videos, which have made the 28-year-old violinist and dancer an even bigger YouTube sensation than Grumpy Cat, are generally staged with the kind of attention to detail typical of a Hollywood blockbuster.
Rest assured—according to Kid Congo Powers, the “extended family is still family.”
For his first documentary feature, long-time actor-director James Keach follows the guitarist, singer, Grammy winner, and session man extraordinaire for roughly two years.