It’s impossible not to be moved by Lauren Gunderson’s elegant, understated writing.
“I see myself as I’ve always seen myself, as a pop musician in a folk genre.”
“The pressure, I believe, is the responsibility to work on your gift. It’s God’s gift, a calling for me to share.”
Les Poules à Colin specializes in mix-and-match: their music channels old medieval ballads and sugar shack Quebecois dance tunes.
“Our intention was something other than being famous. When you create art from that place, a song is going to connect with people.”
What we want is for Al Pacino to convey something deeper, something illuminating about the fall of the hero from the highest reaches of the gods.
A slow-motion road to the silver screen: Spinning Man author George Harrar talks about the journey from page to film.
This is a folk/rock trio whose sound and haunting harmonies harken back to Crosby, Stills & Nash, the Eagles and Simon & Garfunkel.
The versatile, talented Israeli-born keyboardist has always had a pay-it-forward attitude about sharing his craft.
A subject as potentially grim and dry as writing an obituary is transformed into a moving look at language, inquiry, and the art of story-telling.