Meredith joined Joe Scarborough to interview Ben Folds on Monday’s episode.
The two musicians dive deep into their classic periods while keeping an eye towards the future.
The Highwomen plan to record an album together in March.
Jenkins talks new music, old music, and the band’s changing reputation over time.
The Eels frontman also reflects on the anniversaries of Broken Toy Shop and Electro-Shock Blues.
Will Butler said The Boss told Arcade Fire to always be ready to disappear for a decade.
She also discusses her regular appearances on AXS TV’s The Top Ten Revealed.
The New Pornographers’ singer-songwriter dives into the album’s nuances, influences, and stories.
J Spaceman takes Kyle Meredith inside the creation of his latest album as Spiritualized, plus he discusses the realities of aging and the potential for a Spaceman 3 reunion.
The singer also discusses the 10th anniversary of Break Up the Concrete.
Crow details her final full-length record in a new interview with Kyle Meredith.
Mike Lindsay also talks to Kyle Meredith about a new Tunng album with the band’s original lineup.