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Peter Noone of Herman's HermitsThe British Invasion star on his hit "I'm Henry The VIII, I Am," and how he became the first to record Bowie's "Oh You Pretty Things." Justin Sane of Anti-FlagThe singer-guitarist on the group's songwriting process and the story behind "Brandenburg Gate." Aaron TippinThe blue collar country singer recalls a career that started over 25 years ago with the hit "You've Got To Stand For Something." Sam RobertsThe Canadian rocker talks about songs from the Sam Roberts Band album TerraForm, and explains his fire fascination. The Cure Founder Lol TolhurstThe Cure co-founder talks about his time in the band, including the beer-can mountain they built while recording an album. David LanzA top piano composer, Lanz explains how the likes of Yanni, Kenny G and Enya became wildly popular. Tom JonesAfter 50 years in the business, the "It's Not Unusual" singer is living his songs. The WhigsThe rockers from Athens, Georgia discuss their songs and influences. Gerry BeckleyThe America founder talks "Sister Golden Hair" and his solo album, Carousel. Mark CollieMark talks about his roles in Nashville and The Punisher, and explains why he played a prison. Timothy B. SchmitThe longtime Eagle talks about soaring back to his solo career, and what he learned about songwriting in the group. Amy Lee of EvanescenceThe Evanescence frontwoman on the songs that have shifted meaning and her foray into kids' music. Dean WeenDean breaks down The Deaner Album and talks about his mom's nightmare-inducing cream puffs.