All aboard the Clip Art Express for Dale Hansen's holiday Elvis "tribute"
If you’ve been looking for some new sounds featuring kick ass heavy fuzzed out guitars, look no further and wrap your ears around the music of RavenEye, a new power trio that is in the midst of starting to turn a lot of heads. They've
Hola, amigos! We know it's been a long time since we rapped at you, but your ever-brainstorming hosts have spent much of 2013 juggling various major life events while embarking on a new project with our pal Rob Smith, and over the last few weeks,
Kelly Keagy of Night Ranger joins us for an exclusive interview to talk about the band's forthcoming new album and the 30th anniversary of their classic Midnight Madness release.
Michael Sweet of Stryper talks about the band's new album, No More Hell Left To Pay in our exclusive interview.
F. Scott Fitzgerald was a big dummy. No second acts in American lives? Pshaw -- just look at our latest guest, Heidi Swedberg. As George Costanza's erstwhile fiancee Susan on Seinfeld, Heidi suffered the only "death by envelope" in sitcom history, only to reinvent herself
We explore the new Science Fiction album from The Singhs during our conversation with Jeet Singh.
Tess Henley is a 25-year-old kid from Seattle -- not that you'd know it from listening to her new album High Heels & Sneakers, which blends Henley's confident brand of old-school soul with colorfully empathetic (and blessedly live instrument-based) production courtesy of Roots crew associate
The debut album from The Rides is in stores this week. Kenny Wayne Shepherd tells us about his new band with Stephen Stills.
Singer/songwriter Willie Nile drops by the Radio Hour to talk about his new album, American Ride.
The gang celebrate their 25th episode with a visit from a guitar legend.
Grant-Lee Phillips pays a visit to the Radio Hour to discuss his latest album Walking In The Green Corn.
He loves words, whiskey and chicken wings
The Counting Crows frontman prepares to hit the road, and returns from the creative wilderness with a new batch of songs
Emily Hurd is one of my favorite "discoveries" in the past few years. I have to give credit to longtime music publicist Anne Leighton for putting Hurd's music on my radar. It was sometime in 2011 when a copy of Long Lost Ghosts showed up
Kenny Aronoff. For liner notes geeks like you and me, the name alone conjures up at the very least, the thought of that one really awesome drum breakdown, one which arguably put Aronoff on the radar of many for the first time. When you get
A founding member of Little Feat stops by the Radio Hour to discuss his distinguished career and new solo tour
In the rock milieu, drummers are hardly ever famous in their own right; unless you happen to sing while you're swinging the sticks, like Phil Collins or Don Henley (or, around Popdose, Andy Sturmer), it's exceedingly unlikely that the garden-variety fan will ever have any
At 72 years of age, there’s not much that Jim Horn hasn’t done. While his name might not be immediately familiar, you’ve definitely heard a lot of his work over the years. The session vet got his start playing sax and flute as a key
While we love our share of music that is deep and introspective, sometimes you just want to have some good sarcastic fun. Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers definitely make music that treads across a wide range of emotions, but at the core of it all,
Join Popdose for a look back at three decades of Babyface's wide-ranging influence as a singer, songwriter, and producer.
As we reach Episode 15 of The Matt 'N' Jeff Radio Hour, today's guest might seem a little bit unusual at first glance. But if you've been following along as we've unveiled each installment of the Radio Hour, you'll realize that in fact, taking advantage
If Armageddon is indeed lurking anywhere around the corner, at least there will be a soundtrack thanks to Rick Springfield’s newest album Songs For The End Of The World. Better still, Songs is a quality listen for your final trip into the great beyond, the latest
Matt and Jeff speak with Nat Osborn about his terrific new album, The King and the Clown
You may not realize it, but you've probably heard her music. Meet the disarmingly sincere Cathy Heller
Kevin Eubanks is a guy that you're probably most familiar with because of his 15 year stint as the bandleader for Jay Leno and the Tonight Show and that's okay. But there's so much more to know about Kevin Eubanks as a complete artist. For