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Amy Ray of Indigo GirlsAmy talks about Indigo Girls breakthrough tour with R.E.M., their collaboration with Pink, and her country-flavored album. Lips of AnvilAnvil's screamer/shredder discusses '80s metal, and explains how their song "March of the Crabs" got its title. Eric Martin of Mr. BigThe Mr. Big frontman talks about the girl who inspired "To Be With You," and how he feels about the song today. Kristen May of FlyleafThe new singer of Flyleaf talks about the challenges in taking over for Lacey Strum, and the songs those challenges inspired. Laura MvulaMeet the singer/songwriter who has been described as "Billie Holiday meets the Beach Boys." Jesse James Dupree of JackylJackyl's main man (reluctantly) talks about the song he wrote for O-Town, and explains how a missed opportunity for Kansas became his band's breakthrough. Colt FordThe country rapper talks about some of his biggest hits, including "Drivin' Around Song" and "Dirt Road Anthem." Jeff Keith of TeslaThe Tesla lead singer tells the stories behind their hits "Signs" and "Love Song." Devon AllmanThe Royal Southern Brotherhood singer/guitarist talks about taking his music in new directions while holding onto the rock and blues that are in his DNA. Bob Gaudio of The Four SeasonsAn original member of The Four Seasons, this Jersey Boy co-wrote some of their biggest hits, including "Sherry," "Walk Like A Man" and "Big Girls Don't Cry." Felix Buxton of Basement JaxxFelix talks about his unorthodox approach to songwriting, and tells the stories behind some of Basement Jaxx' biggest hits. Paul Stanley of KissThe Kiss founder says the band is "a way of life" and "a way of viewing challenges." The latest challenge: owning a football team. Jim Kerr of Simple MindsThe Simple Minds singer explains his conflicted relationship with "Don't You (Forget About Me)," their massive American hit he initially rejected. Rex Brown of PanteraThe bassist for Pantera - the band that kept metal afloat in the '90s - recounts the stories behind several headbanging classics. Randy BachmanBachman wrote and recorded a litany of hits with both Bachman-Turner Overdrive and The Guess Who, including "American Woman," which many folks didn't know was a protest song. Andy GrammerThis fast-rising singer/songwriter talks about the tunes from his sophomore effort, including the one where he tells an admirer, "I'm Good."