Larry John McNallyA top-tier songwriter, the Eagles, Bonnie Raitt, Rod Stewart and Chaka Khan have all recorded the songs of Larry John McNally. As he explains, it's all about translating the human experience. Martin GordonAn erstwhile member of Sparks, Jet and Radio Stars, Martin shares some fascinating stories from across his 40 years in music, including what he got up to in Paris with The Rolling Stones in '79. Marshall CrenshawThe "Someday, Someway" singer also played Buddy Holly in La Bamba and toured with a reunited MC5. Jeff BerlinMeet the man Geddy Lee called "the greatest bass player on the planet," which no doubt explains why Rush, Yes and Frank Zappa have all collaborated with him. Toby LightmanNow on her own label, Toby talks about her bevy of television and movie placements, and what it was like opening for Train, Marc Cohn and, on one very special evening, Prince. The Real Nick DrakeThe head of Drake's estate shares his insights on the late folk singer's life and music. John Wheeler of Hayseed DixieHayseed Dixie's front man, John Wheeler, hangs up his dungarees to tackle politics on his debut solo album, Un-American Gothic. Wheeler talks Barack Obama, Bob Dylan and not being the next Billy Bragg.