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  • Thursday, June 23, 2022
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    Molly Tuttle was on PBS NewsHour to discuss her Nonesuch debut album, Crooked Tree, with her band Golden Highway, and how she got to where she is today. "Few women get named to those greatest all-time guitar-player lists that come out now and then," says host Judy Woodruff. "But as special correspondent Tom Casciato reports, there is one playing bluegrass who appears to be on her way." Casciato confirms: "Molly Tuttle is at the top of her profession." You can watch the profile here.

    Journal Topics: Artist News Television Video
  • Monday, May 30, 2022
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    Rhiannon Giddens performed in the National Memorial Day Concert on the National Mall in Washington, DC, last night. Giddens sang "Count on Me," a song she and Dirk Powell wrote and which she performed on the television show Nashville in 2017. You can watch her National Memorial Day Concert performance here.

    Journal Topics: Artist News Television Video
  • Wednesday, May 25, 2022
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    Punch Brothers were on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night to perform Jimmie Rodgers’ “Any Old Time,” from their new album, Hell on Church Street, a reimagining of, and homage to, the late bluegrass great Tony Rice’s landmark solo album Church Street Blues. You can watch the performance here. Punch Brothers perform at Telluride Bluegrass Festival, ROMP Fest, Ottawa Jazz Festival, and Blue Ox Music Festival in June and are then joined by Watchhouse and Sarah Jarosz for the American Acoustic tour across the US.

    Journal Topics: Artist News Television Video
  • Saturday, April 9, 2022
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    Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway—Bronwyn Keith-Hynes (fiddle), Dominick Leslie (mandolin), Shelby Means (bass), and Kyle Tuttle (banjo)—were on CBS Saturday Morning to perform a Saturday Sessions set of three songs from their acclaimed new album, Crooked Tree: “She’ll Change,” “Over the Line,” and the title track. You can watch all three here.

    Journal Topics: Artist News Television Video
  • Sunday, April 3, 2022
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    Laurie Anderson was on CBS's 60 Minutes to talk with Anderson Cooper about her career in art and music, including her early hit single, "O Superman," and the debut album on which it appeared, Big Science, released 40 years ago this month. She also takes Cooper on a tour of her largest-ever US art exhibition, The Weather, at Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, DC. You can watch the interview as well as two 60 Minutes Overtime web exclusive pieces on the making of "O Superman" and the power of storytelling here.

    Journal Topics: Artist News Television Video
  • Sunday, March 20, 2022
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    Jeremy Denk was on CBS Sunday Morning to discuss his new book, Every Good Boy Does Fine, out this Tuesday on Random House. The book is "a performer's love song to the craft of the thing piano students usually hate: practice," says correspondent John Dickerson. You can watch their conversation here. Denk tells the New York Times: "I enjoy art that antagonizes you, and then, slowly, in an emotional striptease, reveals a gooey, loving center." Also on CBS Sunday Morning was Mandy Patinkin, to discuss Stephen Sondheim's Sunday in the Park with George.

    Journal Topics: Artist News Television Video
  • Saturday, March 19, 2022
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    Punch Brothers were on CBS Saturday Morning to perform a Saturday Sessions set of three songs from their new album, Hell on Church Street: Jimmie Rodgers’ “Any Old Time,” the traditional tune “Cattle in the Cane,” and Norman Blake’s “Church Street Blues.” You can watch all three performances here.

    Journal Topics: Artist News Television Video
  • Tuesday, March 8, 2022
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    David Byrne was on NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to talk with Fallon about his famed suit from Stop Making Sense, writing music from a rental car, performing American Utopia on Broadway, and his new book of drawings, A History of the World (in Dingbats). He was joined by his cast mates to perform "Like Humans Do." Byrne joined Tariq from The Roots to face off against fellow guest Renée Zellweger and Fallon in a game of The Jinx. You can watch all of the above here.

    Journal Topics: Artist News Television Video
  • Saturday, March 5, 2022
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    David Byrne was on CBS Saturday Morning to talk with Anthony Mason about bringing American Utopia to Broadway and took Mason on a walk through his new art exhibition at Pace Gallery in NYC. He was also joined by his Broadway cast mates to perform "Burning Down the House," "Everybody's Coming to My House," and "Marching Through the Wilderness" in a Saturday Sessions set from the St. James Theatre, where the show is running through April 3. You can watch the conversation and three performances here.

    Journal Topics: Artist News Television Video
  • Monday, January 10, 2022
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    Wilco's induction into the Austin City Limits Hall of Fame, recorded live in Austin, Texas, on October 28, 2021, was broadcast on PBS in a special installment of the series this past weekend. The ceremony salutes Wilco and its fellow inductees, Lucinda Williams and Alejandro Escovedo, with performances by Jason Isbell, Rosanne Cash, Margo Price, Sheila E., Lenny Kaye, Japanese Breakfast and more. A special 90-minute online edition, including exclusive content from the celebration, with performances by John Doe, Terry Allen, and Bill Callahan, can be seen here, along with an excerpt from the special featuring a group performance of "California Stars."

    Journal Topics: Artist News Television Video
  • Tuesday, January 4, 2022
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    David Byrne was on NBC's Late Night with Seth Meyers remotely to discuss American Utopia on Broadway, the adaptations he and the cast and crew made to keep the show going—in an "unchained" (aka unplugged) version—during recent Covid-19 outbreaks, and the Spike Lee–directed film of the show, which is up for a Grammy Award for Best Music Film. You can watch their conversation here.

    Journal Topics: Artist News Television Video
  • Friday, November 19, 2021
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    "Unique is almost always an overstatement. Not when it comes to David Byrne," Kelly Corrigan, host of PBS's Tell Me More, says of her guest. "Even if you crossed Andy Warhol with Kurt Vonnegut and added some Mr. Rogers, you still wouldn't quite capture his idiosyncratic magic. He has been creating weird, wonderful art with singular precision for fifty-some years." You can watch their conversation—about his childhood, his career in music, bringing American Utopia to Broadway, and more—here.

    Journal Topics: Artist News Television Video

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