Bruce Pollock asks artists about the one song they wrote or sang that most influenced their career.
Don McLean - "American Pie" Don McLean explains where the "Father, Son, and the Holy Ghost" are really going in the last verse of "American Pie" and talks about how the song cast him out of the folk scene when it became a massive hit. Kevin Kadish - "All About That Bass" Kadish talks about the surprise hit that "changed the way little girls look at themselves in the mirror" and ensured he could make music the rest of his life. Shawn Mullins - "Lullaby" An after-gig conversation with a fan inspired "Lullaby," the song that put Mullins on the map after nine years and eight albums. Tim Rice - "Superstar" "Even before I met Andrew, I thought it would be great to write a play about Judas in which Jesus is only a minor character." Damon C. Scott - "Look Right Through" When Damon recorded vocals in 2010 for "Look Right Through," he had no idea it would become a #1 UK hit three years later - or that he would still be singing in the subway.