Richard Marx joins us to talk about his new album Beautiful Goodbye, writing songs with Ringo Starr and why it’s okay to break all of the rules.
The Popdose Interview: Author Andrew Maraniss, “Strong Inside: Perry Wallace and the Collision of Race and Sports in the South”
Andrew Maraniss, author of the biography of Perry Wallace, discusses how civil rights played out on a much different sort of court.
Justin Currie of Del Amitri joins us to talk about his new solo album Lower Reaches.
Ure discusses his new album Fragile, and together we brainstorm the best ’80s package tour ever.
Matthew Sweet stops by Popdose for yet another interview! This time, he’s talking tour dates, new music + J.J. Abrams!
The Popdose Interview: Andrew Curry, Executive Producer, “Here Comes The Reign Again – The Second British Invasion”
Announcing his latest project, Andrew Curry discusses the 1980s and how the Europeans led a brand new musical movement.
Guitarist Marty Friedman: “I Knew If I Went To The Verge Of Killing Myself On This Record, That It Would Be Fantastic”
Former Megadeth guitarist Marty Friedman joins us to talk about his new solo album Inferno.
One-time pop singer Tia Bocker has always been in love with rock, through better and worse. The Sinsanity frontwoman tells Popdose.com why.
The famed pop star Debbie Gibson takes a seat as judge on ABC’s “Sing Your Face Off” and Popdose.com caught up with her to find out about it.
An honored publication returns in digital form with a new name. Popdose spoke with founder of digital magazine New Jersey Arts, Gary Wien.
The singer/songwriter/producer discusses entering the world of the 100% independent artist, as well as the friends who have come along for the ride for his return album, Don’t Look Back.
In a landscape where the newspaper is seemingly into the death rattle, what becomes of the comic strip?
Author Greg Prato speaks with Popdose regarding his new book about Faith No More and Mr. Bungle.
Eric Martin stops by the Popdose Lounge to talk about his acoustic tour, possible new music from Mr. Big & his memories of working with Toto.
With a sound that combines the hypnotic vibe of Mazzy Star and the drones of John Cale-era Velvet Underground, Annie Girl and The Flight soar like no other.