Partners before making music together, the Grahams open up about numerous subjects — including being left off AmericanaFest’s guest list — while finding other ways to get their songs heard.
With Fever, Kylie Minogue came to the rescue after 9/11 by offering enough irresistible ear candy to make people forget about their troubles.
The 2021 lineup of Quebec’s Festival de Musique Emergente was simply dazzling, reflecting the breadth and quality of post-millennial Canadian music.
Why do men in the LGBTQ+ community often take comfort in the feminine pop music made by strong, angry women? We’ve also had to fight for our femininity.
Fans reveled in the return of the 15-year-old Roots N Blues Festival and its celebration of roots music women amid a sun-drenched weekend in Missouri.
Twenty years on, Victoria Beckham is a fascinating chronicle of the intersection between celebrity culture and pop music.
Rebbie was the first of the Jackson sisters to find solo success, scoring a gold record out of the gate with Centipede. When she released Reaction in 1986, she was no longer the most successful Jackson sister.
Americana’s Christian Lopez shares some doubts about a music career in this insightful interview from AmericanaFest but feels good about his new album.
Two-Lane Blacktop roars with the hopes of an era when gearheads, hucksters, and hippies believed that time on the road would solve all their problems.