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Colin HayEstablished as a redoubtable singer-songwriter, the Men At Work frontman explains how religion, sobriety and Jack Nicholson play into his songwriting. TiffanyThe '80s pop star on songwriting, selfies, her hit Beatles cover, and her dance moves. Eric HutchinsonThe "OK, It's Alright With Me" singer knew for years he might have Myotonic muscular dystrophy - he finally got the diagnosis. Rickie Lee JonesRickie Lee Jones on songwriting, social media, and how she's handling Trump. Agnes ObelAgnes tells the stories behind some of her most captivating songs and videos, including "Riverside," which has over 20 million views. Simon Kirke (Bad Company, Free)Simon tells the origin stories behind the Bad Company band name, "All Right Now," "Shooting Star," and the one they recorded at a campfire. Sonny LandrethThe blues guitarist and songwriter talks about his collaborations with John Hiatt, Jimmy Buffett and Johnny Winter. Paula ColePaula breaks down "Where Have All The Cowboys Gone?" and talks about the double-edged sword of success after her star turns at the Grammy Awards and Lilith Fair. 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."