Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun discuss the new album, their latest videos, sharing the spotlight with their families and their path to overcome suffocating insecurities.
Faith No More’s Mike Bordin talks about the band’s new music (“I really like it and I’m excited for people to hear it”). He also describes his stints playing with Black Sabbath and Korn.
“There’s something about the last few years that I’ve been through that have totally broken me in a lot of ways,” Williams says. “But you can choose to break down or you can choose to break open.”
Train’s frontman talks about his ‘modest’ image and his band’s 20-year legacy. He also offers informed views on why KISS belongs in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and whether Steven Tyler’s Nashville album will connect with country fans.
When Kelsea Ballerini began writing songs at 13, she had no idea the music she was writing was country. Then she discovered Keith Urban and Taylor Swift.
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