Neko Case explains why musicians buy so many guitars.
The Lady In Number 6: 109 year old, Alice Herz Sommer, the world’s oldest pianist & oldest holocaust survivor, shares her views on how to live a long happy life.
Morgan Neville, director of Twenty Feet From Stardom, along with Merry Clayton, Lisa Fischer and Darlene Love, sit down with NY Times’ Jon Pareles.
Lindsey Buckingham explains to Guitar World how to play two of his songs, Landslide and Time Precious Time.
A German pre-Hounds Of Love documentary about Kate Bush from 1980 with live performances and interviews.
Tatiana Simonian, head of music at Twitter, talks with Bloomberg’s Cory Johnson about Twitter’s connection to the music industry.
Steve Earle looks back at the years he worked as a songwriter in Nashville and helping out Townes Van Zandt.
The Talks at Google program hosts the cast and creative from the musical American Idiot, based on the Green Day album of the same name.
Wayne Coyne, lead singer/guitarist/songwriter of The Flaming Lips, discusses how he uses Twitter, how it lead to a collaboration between The Flaming Lips and Bon Iver, and how Elvis’s career may have been different if he had tweeted.
Every concert is an experience to one extent or another. But the tours for Pink Floyd’s classic album The Wall have always been An Experience.