Music

6:00pm

Thu January 19, 2012
The Record

Megaupload Shut Down By The FBI

Originally published on Fri January 20, 2012 2:37 pm

Courtesy of Megaupload.

Click the link above to listen to Laura Sydell's conversation with Morning Edition's David Greene about the Megaupload indictment and the attack on the Department of Justice's website by the group Anonymous.

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3:13pm

Thu January 19, 2012
Music Interviews

Were You 'Born To Run'? Springsteen As Workout Motivator

Does Clarence Clemons' sax and Bruce Springsteen's voice motivate you to hit the pavement?
Eric Meola

1:32pm

Thu January 19, 2012
The Record

Johnny Otis, Rhythm And Blues Pioneer, Has Died

Johnny Otis was many things over his career, including a bandleader, producer, radio and TV host and composer. Additionally, Otis launched the careers of many of R&B's finest singers. Otis died on Tuesday at his home near Los Angeles. He was 90 years old.

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11:30am

Thu January 19, 2012
The Record

'We Take Care Of Our Own': Springsteen's New Wave Of Social Protest

Originally published on Thu November 8, 2012 2:28 pm

Bruce Springsteen's latest album, Wrecking Ball, will be released March 6 on Columbia Records.
Danny Clinch Courtesy of the artist

10:08am

Thu January 19, 2012
Music Interviews

Kathleen Edwards: A Breakup Song's Bigger Picture

Kathleen Edwards' new album is Voyageur.
Tanja-Tiziana Burd

Kathleen Edwards is a singer-songwriter from Canada who just released her fourth album, Voyageur. There's a lot of heartache and self-doubt on the record, and that makes sense — much of it was written around the time of Edwards' divorce from her husband and musical collaborator. The song "Pink Champagne" would seem to be a case in point: It takes place at a wedding where a young bride is second-guessing her decision. But Edwards says the message of that song isn't quite so literal.

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