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With their uplifting lyrics and blend of different genres, award-winning duo Mary Mary has reigned over the modern gospel scene for more than a decade. In this encore broadcast, host Michel Martin speaks with sisters Erica and Tina Campbell about faith, music and the inspiration behind their latest album Something Big.
The legendary R&B group broke onto the music scene in 1991, attracting fans worldwide, winning four Grammys and selling tens of millions of albums. Their latest album is titled Twenty. Guest host Tony Cox speaks with the group about their career, losing a band mate, and whether they'll change their name.
After 20 Years, No End Of The Road For Boyz II Men
Garland Jeffreys leapt onto the music scene in the 1960s, and since then has mastered rock, reggae and blues to create his unique sound. He speaks with host Michel Martin about his remarkable life and new album, The King of In Between.