“You think you know depression, grimness and self-loathing?” Anselmo said. “Listen to Morrissey!”
Sheryl Crow sat down with Radio.com and perused our vinyl collection to discuss country legends like Johnny Cash, Tammy Wynette and George Jones, who have been important to her as an artist.
So when he stopped by Radio.com HQ to discuss his new album, also titled Blurred Lines and out this week, we bent his ear on sex, romance, pick-up lines and real-deal, full-fledged, forever love.
After packing Madison Square Garden and Georgia’s Sanford Stadium, and with upcoming shows at Fenway Park and Wrigley Field, Jason Aldean is taking his career “to the next level” this year.
“I always think about women when I’m making a record,” she tells Radio.com. “I think about how many women inspired and touched me throughout my life. I feel it’s my duty to give that back.”
In our Radio.com Essentials profile, Rucker broke down country music stereotypes and explained the stories behind many of the songs on his new album, while Entertainment Weekly’s Grady Smith provided some back story on the former Hootie & the Blowfish singer.
The revealed their thoughts on the biological imperative that causes parenthood, God and the unmoved mover, the nature of good and evil in man and why they’re so into making album covers out of found art.
Tim McGraw may have released his new album, “Two Lanes of Freedom,” back in February, but he’s keeping the momentum going with a superstar summer jam. We delve into it in our new Radio.com Essentials profile.
In our Radio.com Essentials video, we profile LL Cool J, who makes his bold return to the music world this Tuesday with “Authentic.”
With their new album “Bankrupt!,” Phoenix wanted to play around with their sound and maybe even force a few people to question whether they were even the same group of guys who made “1901.”
For their latest record, “Holy Fire,” Foals have made a lot of moves. But while the pieces seem in perfectly in place for a major breakthrough, the band says they’re artists first.
Twenty years ago the Wu-Tang Clan crowded into a small office in New York City and took turns spitting thorny raps, transforming the four walls into a show of lyrical fireworks. In 2013, they’re headlining Coachella.
At first Phoenix might have seemed like an unlikely choice to headline this year’s Coachella Festival, but the combination of great songs and a stellar live show proves the band is more than ready for top billing. We explore in this episode of Radio.com Essentials.