Howie D of Backstreet BoysHowie D on his album of kids' music, and how he handled getting pushed to the back of the Backstreet Boys when their sound shifted. Sarah PotenzaNashville blues belter Sarah Potenza talks about her powerful anthem "I Work For Me" and explains why songwriting is a bit like kissing.
LissieThe singer-songwriter Lissie on her Twin Peaks performance (David Lynch = big fan), hitting #1 in Norway, and creating a life-changing song in a moment of despair. Laurie BerknerLaurie Berkner, the Queen of Kindie Rock, on writing meaningful music for kids and landing an unlikely gig: singing the theme song to Weeds. Vanessa DaouThe electronica artist revisits her landmark 1994 album Zipless, based on the works of feminist poet Erica Jong. Women Who RockEvelyn McDonnell, editor of the book Women Who Rock, on why the Supremes are just as important as Bob Dylan. Louise GoffinSinger-songwriter Louise Goffin discusses her album All These Hellos and whether she inherited her talent from her famous parents, legendary songwriting duo Gerry Goffin and Carole King.