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The Popdose Interview: Steve Berlin of Los Lobos

As music fans, bands find their way into our song-obsessed hearts in a variety of ways and some of the best experiences come about very...

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The Popdose Interview: Ronny Cox

Recalling the rapids with a star of Deliverance. ...

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The Popdose Interview: Stanley Jordan

One of jazz's most talented guitarists discusses his new album, his career, and where he's headed next....

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The Popdose Interview: Julian Velard

The man responsible for one of the best albums of 2011 that you've probably never heard....

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The Popdose Interview: John Michael Rouchell of MyNameIsJohnMichael

Who are MyNameIsJohnMichael, and why do you need to stop what you're doing and listen to them? Find out here....

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The Popdose Interview: Phil “Fang” Volk

Famed bass players the likes of Brian Wilson and Will Lee have all flipped their instruments of choice in tribute to Phil “Fang” Volk,...

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The Popdose Interview: Franke Previte

Franke Previte wrote "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" and sang "Sweetheart." He discusses his life and career with Rob Smith in the latest...

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The Popdose Interview: Don Hahn

Unless you’re an animator or a hardcore animation fan, the name “Don Hahn” may not mean much to you — but chances...

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The Popdose Interview: Jeremy Fisher

With irresistible hooks, instantly memorable melodies, and a smoke-hued tenor that suggests what might have happened if Bob Dylan and Paul...

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The Popdose Interview: Garland Jeffreys Returns from “In Between”

“I’m on the 90-year-plan,” Garland Jeffreys cracks. When you’re helping to raise a 15-year-old daughter and your first...

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The Popdose Interview: Peter Bradley Adams

Peter Bradley Adams talks with Rob Smith about his new album, Between Us....

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The Popdose Interview: Del McCoury

Bluegrass legend Del McCoury discusses his new album and tour with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band....

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The Popdose Interview: Foster & Lloyd

After a 20-year hiatus, Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd are back together, with plenty to discuss -- including their reunion, the new album,...

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The Popdose Interview: Steve Conn

He’s never been a household name, but Steve Conn has produced, played with, and written for a long list of artists over the last...

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The Popdose Interview: “One Life to Live” Head Writer Ron Carlivati

Popdose takes a look at the nuts and bolts of writing for a daytime drama with the Emmy-winning head writer of One Life to Live....

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The Popdose Interview: Mike Errico

In the old music industry, losing a record deal often meant the end of a career. For Mike Errico, it was only the beginning....

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The Popdose Interview: Lee Feldman

For almost 15 years now, Lee Feldman has been one of the best-kept secrets in playfully literate pop music — a smartly played piano...

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The Popdose Interview: Session Bass Legend Joe Chemay

After a few years of plundering my parents’ vinyl collection and taping songs off the radio, I finally got around to buying my first...

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On the Radio: The Popdose Interview with Scott McWilliams

Another death-of-radio story? Hardly. Ted Asregadoo talks to Scott McWilliams of Party 934, a new kind of radio station that aims to...

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The Popdose Interview: Jeff Pescetto

You may not know him by name, but chances are you’ve heard Jeff Pescetto‘s work — not only has he written, produced, and...

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The Popdose Interview: David Mead

He’s never been a household name, but since releasing his debut album in 1999, David Mead has become a trusted source of beautiful...

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The Popdose Interview: The Weepies

Jason Hare catches up with Deb Talan and Steve Tannen of The Weepies following the release of their new record, Be My Thrill, and...

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The Popdose Interview: Ian Anderson

This is an archival interview which took place in October 2010....

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The Popdose Interview: Sam Phillips

Perennial critics' favorite Sam Phillips discusses her long, personal artistic journey in a new Popdose interview....

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The Popdose Interview: Tommy Wiseau

The groundbreaking filmmaker behind the midnight cinema classic The Room sits down for an in-depth, no-holds-barred interview. Oh...

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CD Review: David Bowie, “A Reality Tour” (with Gail Ann Dorsey interview)

Though I’ve been a Bowie fan for just about as long as I’ve been a sentient human being (thanks, Dad!), I’ve only seen...

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The Popdose Interview: Joe Satriani

Joe Satriani discusses his career, his writing methods, and the future of Chickenfoot in Michael Burke's latest Popdose Interview....

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The Popdose Interview: Eric Johnson, President and C.O.O. of Wolfgang’s Vault

Already a treasure trove for fans of live music, Wolfgang's Vault is about to get bigger and better. Find out how in COO Eric Johnson's...

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The Popdose Interview: Clarence Clemons

Clarence Clemons recently published his autobiography, and Ken Shane was lucky enough to spend a few minutes speaking with the Big Man...

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Letter From the Editor: Rockin’ the Unemployment Line

We like to think that once a musician has "made it big," life is an endless series of MTV shoots and screaming fans -- but like any career,...