This week we review albums by Albert Collins, Thom Yorke, Sam Brown, Elvin Bishop, and more.
A Prayer For The Planet, DJ Logic's latest album, is a collaboration with Jason Miles, his partner, and also Falguni Shah.
The Aussie sextet's oft-mentioned struggles have yet to dim its members' passion for recording and playing live or alter fans' belief that the indomitable spirit of INXS lives on, 34 years after its first gig.
According to Cronin, "I think in the present day climate of the music industry, there wouldn't be a band that had ten records before they finally had a hit. Nowadays, you better hit it on your first record or you're history."
Billy Currington just released a new single, "Let Me Down Easy," which has a music video to go along with it.
This week, we feature tracks from U2, the Black Keys, Manu Chao, Bob Dylan, Blonde Redhead, and more.
"The thing with Entourage is that it happened at a time when we weren't ready."
It's not just the thought that counts; it's the overview of how each year we repeat the journey home. And on the return -- our jeans a little tighter, the déjà vu unpleasantries of travel; all a mere blip, as in the end we still do anything to come home to our loved ones.
Playboys are not aficionados of hookers, whores and porn stars. Playboys of yesteryear were openly and unapologetically faithless rakes, but they adored, loved, and consumed women.
Why does it sting so much when you find out that he's marrying someone else? And why is that painful feeling intensified when you realize that he's marrying the first girl he dated after you?
No, this is not another revenge on John Mayer song written by Taylor Swift (hers is entitled "Dear John." Really brillz wordplay there, T-Swift.) Som...
Malaria No More is moving in another direction with their Comedy Fights Malaria campaign, featuring viral videos and PSAs from 25 comedians and celebs.
Kurt Neumann and Sam Llanas of BoDeans talk their new album, the band's early days, and why their six-year break was a dark period.
It now sounds like Williams will profit handsomely from NPR's rush to judgment, but that doesn't make it right -- even for a PC liberal like me.
Jones discusses channeling Oasis in his music, whether anyone cares about American Hi-Fi anymore, and his respect for John Mayer.