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Pastor T.L. Barrett has been known on Chicago’s South side as a religious and community leader for 50 years. But it wasn’t until recently that people started to uncover Barrett’s trove of gospel music.
Singing Secrets of the Stars with Backstage Pass
Diane Warren: Songwriter Extraordinaire
Amythyst Kiah Sings Her Truth
On her intimate new album Wary + Strange, Amythyst Kiah sings her heart out about losing her mom to suicide, and what it’s like being the only black person in the room at country gigs.
Scarface: The Reunion
White Lotus Composer Cristobal Tapia de Veer
Cristobal Tapia de Veer is the composer and musician behind Mike White’s HBO show, White Lotus. The sounds in the score range from percussive African and Latin American instruments to guttural human chants.
Lindsey Buckingham: Going His Own Way
Lindsey Buckingham’s signature finger-style guitar is perhaps as recognizable as the countless classic songs he wrote while he was in Fleetwood Mac.
Ringo Starr: Peace and Love
Ringo Starr is one of the most iconic musicians living today. Famed drummer for The Beatles, and a prolific songwriter in his own right, at 81, Ringo’s gearing up to release his latest EP, Change The World.
John Hiatt and Jerry Douglas
John Hiatt is a Nashville-based singer/songwriter whose songs have been covered by a wide range of popular artists including Iggy Pop, Paula Abdul and Jimmy Buffet.
Henry Rollins speaks with Rick Rubin from Shangri-La pre-pandemic
Jaden Smith Gets Trippy
Jaden Smith has proved to be much more than just the sum of his famous parents. At 23 he’s spent more than half of his life working as an actor, a musician, and an entrepreneur.
Lukas Nelson: A Star Is Born
Growing up in a family full of musicians, Lukas Nelson was basically raised on stage.
Extended Cut: Brian Eno and Rick Rubin
The Broken Record team has been revisiting some of our favorite episodes and releasing new extended cuts via PushNik, our Apple Podcasts subscription program.
Revisionist History vs. The Little Mermaid
This week, we're presenting something fun from Malcolm Gladwell, co-founder of Pushkin.
Daryl Hall The Hit Man
Daryl Hall and John Oates are the definition of Blue-Eyed Soul. After a string of monster hits that stretched from the 70’s into the mid-80s, the RIAA named Hall and Oates the number-one selling duo in music history
Jeff Goldblum Gets Jazzy
Over Jeff Goldblum's 50-year acting career, he’s played dozens of unforgettable roles. Off-camera, Jeff Goldblum is also a surprisingly dedicated Jazz pianist who has been playing in clubs and bars for over 30 years.
Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen
Rick Nielsen is best known as Cheap Trick’s lead guitarist and main songwriter. In the late '70s, Cheap Trick helped popularize power pop with their songs “Surrender” and “I Want You To Want Me," which were precursors to the pop punk explosion in the '90s with bands like Green Day and Blink-182.
Mark Ronson Finds The Perfect Sound
Mark Ronson's big break as a producer came from working with Amy Winehouse to find the perfect sound for her career defining album, Back To Black.
BROCKHAMPTON's Kevin Abstract
BROCKHAMPTON's original members formed after posting on a Kanye West fan message board in 2010, and then started making music in The Woodlands, Texas.
Archie Shepp: Activist of the Avant-Garde
Archie Shepp is a tenor saxophonist and composer who's spent over half a century contributing to the evolution of Black music.
Craig Finn Holds Steady
Craig Finn, the lead singer and songwriter of The Hold Steady, is known for his vivid, literary-style songwriting.
Pushkin Honors Juneteenth
At Pushkin, we think of Juneteenth as an opportunity to reflect on the past and think about the future: How do we build a more just and equitable society?
Moby may be one of the most highly recognizable dance-music artists of all time, but he’s also a talented multi-hyphenate whose unconventional 30-year career includes massive success as a producer and DJ,
Brian Eno: The Innovator
Brian Eno started out playing synths in the early ‘70s as a member of the UK glam-rock band Roxy Music and went on to create an entirely new musical genre—ambient music, and later he recorded a series of solo albums and eventually produced career-defining albums for a host of bands including U2, Devo and Coldplay.
Liz Phair's Soberish
Liz Phair talks to Bruce Headlam about how her approach to recording music isn’t a technical one — she relies on the unique way she hears music and her background as a visual artist.