Claire Boucher’s attempt to go all Huck Finn gets recounted by T-Bone Burnett.
For one of his final recordings, the Soundgarden frontman contributed to a collection of songs created from Cash’s unused poetry, lyrics, and letters.
Every now and then two musical heads are better than one.
If you can’t name a single Elvis Costello album, here are a handful of good places to start.
From White, T Bone Burnett, and Robert Redford’s forthcoming American Epic project.
Notoriously guarded musician discusses his favorite records and TV show, how to kills time on tour, and missing out on a session with George Harrison and Elvis.
Beck, Alabama Shakes, Elton John, Willie Nelson, Nas, and many more involved.
Elvis Costello, Jim James, Marcus Mumford perform as The New Basement Tapes on Jimmy Kimmel Live — watch
The supergroup performs two songs of reimagined Bob Dylan lyrics.
The spirit, if not the mystique, of The Basement Tapes sessions lives on.
The supergroup that brought life to Bob Dylan’s lost lyrics performs live for the first time.
Marcus Mumford, Jim James, Elvis Costello, and Johnny Depp reimagine Bob Dylan lyrics on The New Basement Tapes — listen
All-star contingency recorded music using lost Bob Dylan lyrics.
Elvis Costello, Marcus Mumford and Jim James perform lost Bob Dylan song “Six Months In Kansas City (Liberty Street)” — watch
A live preview off the forthcoming album, Lost On The River: The New Basement Tapes.