An incredible show recorded at the L2 Arts & Culture Center with The Wood Brothers! This performance catches The Wood Brothers on their 2nd night on tour and is appropriately enough, the 2nd show in our Live @ Swallow Hill Sessions...
The biggest-selling pop artist of the year has gone silent.
The British pop/soul singer Adele was forced to cancel the rest of her 2011 tour. Earlier this year, she suffered two vocal hemorrhages and will need to undergo surgery.
Singers are in a high-risk business. Many famous singers have needed similar treatment.
"Essentially, people who sing are vocal athletes," says Dr. Steven Zeitels, director of the Voice Center at Massachusetts General Hospital. "So you can look at this as a not unusual scenario as an athlete getting an injury in that area."
ADAMS. KUNC airs the songs of Ryan Adams, including those from his newest album, Ashes and Fire. Not to be confused, of course, with a Sinatra classic, here’s his song, “New York, New York,” from his album, Gold. It is dedicated to the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The date of this video casts an eerie feeling: September 7, 2011.
"When I first started making music, I took a fake name to disguise the fact I was going to embark on what was bound to be a short, unsatisfactory musical career," John Wesley Harding says. That was 23 years ago.
Harding recently launched a side career as a novelist, for which he uses his given name: Wesley Stace. But he's continued to release music under his alias, a name he shares with a 1967 Bob Dylan record. Speaking with Weekend Edition Saturday host Scott Simon, Harding says he's learned to spread the wealth between his two creative personas.