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  • Tuesday,February 20,2024

    Ahead of their concert at Barbican Hall in London on Wednesday, Rhiannon Giddens and her band were on BBC Radio 4's Front Row to talk with presenter Tom Sutcliffe about her new album, You're the One, and perform two songs from it live in the studio: "If You Don't Know How Sweet It Is" and "Yet to Be." You can hear the conversation and performances here.

    Journal Topics: Artist NewsPodcastRadio
  • Monday,February 12,2024

    Mandy Patinkin and his wife Kathryn Grody were on NPR's Weekend Edition Saturday with their son Gideon Grody-Patinkin to talk with host Scott Simon about what Simon calls the "sweet little interrogations of his parents" Gideon first posted to social media during the pandemic and which have offered viewers a glimpse into their lives together. So much so that the family will be in conversation together on stage in North Bethesda on Valentine's Day and New London on April 14, around the ongoing dates for Patinkin's own concert tour. You can hear their conversation with Simon here.

    Journal Topics: Artist NewsRadio
  • Thursday,February 1,2024

    Molly Tuttle was on WNYC's All of It with Alison Stewart, as part of the show's GRAMMY nominees series, to talk with Stewart about her new album with Golden Highway, City of Gold, which is up for the GRAMMY for Best Bluegrass Album this weekend, and their debut album, Crooked Tree, which won the award last year. You can hear their conversation here.

    Journal Topics: Artist NewsRadio
  • Monday,January 29,2024

    Days of Wine and Roses, which opened on Broadway last night to rave reviews, was featured on NPR's Morning Edition today. NPR contributor Jeff Lunden talks with composer Adam Guettel, script writer Craig Lucas, stars Kelli O'Hara and Brian d'Arcy James, and director Matthew Greif about the creation of the musical. You can the piece here. All of the artists were also in a New York Times feature over the weekend. "I come off the stage feeling emotional, but elated and proud and breathless—literally breathless—from the freedom to be given a challenge like this and to be trusted with it … I’ve never been so passionate about anything in my life," O'Hara tells the Times. "Astonishing … superb," exclaims the New York Times Critic's Pick review. "Guettel’s anxious, spiky, sumptuous score … grabs hold of us and doesn’t let go."

    Journal Topics: Artist NewsRadio
  • Friday,January 26,2024

    Classical singer Julia Bullock was on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour ahead of her UK performances with the Philharmonia Orchestra—with whom she performs on her album Walking in the Dark—next week, culminating with the mixed-media project History’s Persistent Voice, which shines a light on the words, work, and experiences of Black artists, at Queen Elizabeth Hall. You can hear her conversation with Woman's Hour presenter Anita Rani here.

    Journal Topics: Artist NewsRadio
  • Tuesday,January 16,2024

    "I tend to really focus on the beauty that still exists," Haitian-American singer and composer Nathalie Joachim tells BBC World Service's Newshour about her new album, Ki moun ou ye. "While it's very easy to disregard the story of Haitian people as one of struggle and heartbreak and poverty, there are also so many incredible people living in Haiti who also care very deeply about each other, care very deeply about the country, care very deeply for their communities and for themselves." You can hear the episode here.

    Journal Topics: Artist NewsRadio
  • Wednesday,December 20,2023

    "When I interviewed David Byrne in November, I enjoyed it so much that when the interview was over, I asked if he'd consider returning before Christmas to play some of his favorite Christmas recordings," Terry Gross, host of NPR's Fresh Air, says on today's show. "I am very grateful that he said yes ... I consider David Byrne's return to our show a great Christmas gift for all of us." Byrne offers a Christmas playlist with his own seasonally appropriate song and others by Gaby Moreno, The Pogues and Kirsty MacColl, James Brown, Prince, Paul Simon, The Staples Singers, Neko Case, and more. You can hear their conversation and the playlist here.

    Journal Topics: Artist NewsRadio
  • Tuesday,December 12,2023

    "Centered around joy, her new album, Sorry I Haven't Called, is a celebration," NPR's World Cafe host Kallao says of his guest Vagabon's new record. The episode is a mini-concert of four songs from Vagabon's tour, which concludes at the Lodge Room in LA on Wednesday. You can hear the set, including three songs from the new album—"Autobahn," "Anti-F***," and "Lexicon"—plus "Water Me Down," from Vagabon's 2019 self-titled Nonesuch debut album, here.

    Journal Topics: Artist NewsRadio
  • Monday,December 4,2023

    The Magnetic Fields’ Stephin Merritt is on BBC World Service’s Music Life with Beirut's Zach Condon and Blondie's Debbie Harry and Chris Stein. They discuss artistic self-expression, the influence of location on songwriting, and what unexpected musical genres have inspired them. You can hear it here. The Magnetic Fields, who just completed a European tour, will tour the US with songs from 69 Love Songs next year for the album's 25th anniversary. Their 2004 Nonesuch debut album, i, was released on vinyl for the first time this past spring.

    Journal Topics: PodcastRadio
  • Wednesday,November 29,2023

    “Her music shows off her passion for storytelling and finding the connections between vaudeville, blues, jazz, baroque, and folkloric music. And her latest album, Mélusine, showcases all of that,” Jess Gillam says of Cécile McLorin Salvant, her guest on BBC Radio 3’s This Classical Life. “Her live shows are absolutely electric, full of drama, invention, and commitment to the music.” Salvant shares some of her favorite music—by Puccini, Gabriel Bataille, Camarón de la Isla, and Wanda Jackson—as does Gillam, whose own selections include (past This Classical Life guest) Caroline Shaw’s Plan & Elevation: V. The Beech Tree, from Orange, Shaw’s Grammy-winning album with Attacca Quartet. You can hear the episode here.

    Journal Topics: Artist NewsPodcastRadio
  • Monday,November 27,2023

    “The multi-instrumentalist, producer, and singer-songwriter Lætitia Tamko even surprised herself when many of the songs she wrote in the wake of the loss of her best friend and closest collaborator were rhythmic electropop gems,” Sheroes host Carmel Holt says of her guest, aka Vagabon. “A feeling of celebrating life and giving herself the gift of solace and fun in the music she was creating came together on a new collection of songs for her third full-length album, Sorry I Haven’t Called.” You can hear their conversation here.

    Journal Topics: Artist NewsPodcastRadio
  • Monday,November 20,2023

    “This week’s guest is a trailblazer, a musical activist, a multi-disciplinary, multi-genre artist who has truly carved her own path of both honoring and celebrating lineage and creating a new one for generations to come,” Carmel Holt says of the guest on the third-anniversary episode of her show Sheroes. “Now nearly two decades into her career, Rhiannon Giddens has become one of the most awe-inspiring and influential artists of our time.” Holt talks with Giddens—who was also the radio show’s first guest three years ago—about her Grammy-nominated new album, You’re the One, and more. You can hear their conversation here.

    Journal Topics: Artist NewsPodcastRadio

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