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//Features
Where the Heart Is: An Interview With Multi-Grammy Winner Kim Carnes

Where the Heart Is: An Interview With Multi-Grammy Winner Kim Carnes

By Christian John Wikane

24 Apr 2017 // 3:00 AM

In this career-spanning interview with Kim Carnes, PopMatters goes beyond "Bette Davis Eyes" to explore the multi-Grammy winner's journey from LA to Nashville....

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Remembering Prince's Greatest Epic: 30 Years of "Sign 'O' The Times"

By Chris Gerard

21 Apr 2017 // 3:00 AM

One year after Prince's shocking death, we celebrate his greatest musical achievement as it passes its 30-year anniversary: Sign ☮ the Times...

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//News

Prince's Revolution Celebrates His Greatest Era>

Members of the Revolution are still reeling from the death of Prince and tell us about what working with him was like....

Reassessing Ella Fitzgerald: 'The First Lady of Song' at 100>

Chicano Batman Rocks, in Addition to Having the Best Name in Rock>

The Beatles' 'Sgt. Pepper' Album to Get Deluxe 50th-Anniversary Edition>

//Events

Ruby Amanfu Gives Rich Emotional and Musical Experience at Lincoln Center>

Amanfu's rich, gorgeous set alternately had people itching to dance or wiping away tears....

Lettuce Tackles Mt. Crushmore in Uptown Oakland>

Umphrey's McGee Treads Where Eagles Dare in Oakland>

Animal Liberation Orchestra and Twiddle Join Together for Bay Area Harmonic Convergence>

//Mixed media
//Blogs

Keeping Dry Under Storm Clouds: An Interview with Sleaford Mods

// Sound Affects

"When asked what can help counteract the worldwide growth of xenophobia and racism, Sleaford Mods' singer Jason Williamson states simply, "I think it's empathy, innit?"

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