Singer-songwriter John Hiatt’s songs have held up for decades – and have attracted artists including Three Dog Night, Joe Cocker, Chaka Khan, and Emmylou Harris (to name a few). We break down his 10 Best.
Jay Bolotin’s songs caught the attention of Merle Haggard, Kris Kristofferson, and Dan Fogelberg (which somehow worked against him).
Paul Williams composed chart-toppers for everyone from Barbra Streisand to the Muppets. This Curry Cuts LP gives familiar tunes an invigorating makeover.
In this interview, Sylvana Joyce admits she calls the genre of her band The Moment “Drama Rock.”
For coal-black humor, there’s Ward White’s “Diminish”; for garage-band rock n’ roll, Sarah Borges’ “Love’s Middle Name.” Music by the greatest living guitar stylist? Richard Thompson’s “13 Rivers.” Plus four more killer albums.