The London-based singer-songwriter releases her full-length debut, Fake It Flowers, this Friday.
“I didn’t know whether it was a good song or a bad song,” said Mitchell. “It was just the first one that came out.”
New York-born singer-songwriter also weighs in on being covered by Celine Dion.
The veteran singer-songwriter is celebrating the 50th anniversary of his album Tea for the Tillerman.
The singer-songwriter talks about his personal journey and insightfully raw, yet tender debut album, Giver Taker.
Plus, see a previously-unseen home video of Johnston writing “When I Met You”.
Tonight’s “Honey I Sure Miss You” event also features Waxahatchee, Kevin Morby, and Devendra Banhart.
Alternate recording is in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Tea for the Tillerman.
The series kicks off with next month’s Vol. 1: The Early Years (1963-1967).
Guest-heavy collab is off Zaragoza’s upcoming album Woman in Color.
Deep Sea Diver’s album of the same name arrives in October.
The legendary songwriter calls on fellow musicians to join him in demanding a return to “full capacity audiences.”