Spoon, which formed in 1994, has a new release on Merge Records: Gimme Fiction.
Jackie Greene has been favorably compared to greats such as Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen.
The Ditty Bops have attracted attention for their theatrical — even outrageous — live shows.
The band Feist is actually Leslie Feist, whose solo work explores folk, bossa nova, and indie rock.
On That's What I Say, John Scofield pays tribute to the late master: Ray Charles.
Singer-songwriter Xavier Rudd's debut U.S. solo album draws inspiration from his native Australia.
Pianist Menahem Pressler founded the Beaux Arts Trio fifty years ago with a Beethoven concert.
Hiatt talks about his music and performs tunes from his 21st album, Master of Disaster.
Joyce Yang comes to NPR fresh from her win at the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition.
The group's production values have improved, but their lyrics remain evocative pocket narratives.