With sharp songwriting and constant touring, the Bowerbirds trio of North Carolina are turning heads around the country. They play from their debut album, Hymns for a Dark Horse.
Bowerbirds: What Sunday Morning Sounds Like
The jazzy, soulful singer-songwriter talks about her new album, and her future in jazz and beyond.
Lizz Wright Returns with 'The Orchard'
The New York City indie-pop artist got her break when Old Navy used her song in a commercial.
Ingrid Michaelson Is Everywhere
The soft-spoken artist finds a quiet place to perform two songs in the Blanton Museum.
Singer-songwriter Casey Dienel talks about making the transition from solo artist to bandleader.
In from the Cold with White Hinterland
The British electro-pop band Hot Chip tweaks old sounds in its new songs.
Hot Chip Finds Magic in the 'Dark'
Jack Johnson is back with a dark, electric record, Sleep Through the Static.
Listen to Jack Johnson's complete interview and performance
The "new rave" band plays a heavy-handed dose of pop with a dance-punk kick.
The Whigs are leading a return to All-American Rock with their new record, Mission Control.
The Whigs Play Out of 'Control'
The band Ida stops by to play some songs from their new album, Lovers Prayers.
Ida Whispers a Prayer for 'Lovers'