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  • Mac DavisA previously unpublished interview with Mac Davis, who tells the story behind the song "A Little Less Conversation," which he wrote for Elvis on very short notice.read more
  • Elle BelleChristopher Pappas, who writes and performs as Elle Belle, talks about his album Post Everything and names the "Big 3" grunge bands that influenced him.read more
  • Graham NashIn this 1989 interview, Graham Nash talks about going from writing lightweight Hollies hits ("On A Carousel"), to "Songs as News," like "Chicago (We Can Change The World)," his song about the Chicago 7.read more
  • Eric Senich of the Van Halen News DeskTalking Van Halen - Eddie in particular - with Van Halen News Desk writer and DISCovery podcast host Eric Senich.read more
  • David Freiberg of Jefferson StarshipDavid Freiberg reveals the inspiration for the song "Jane" and explains why he left when Jefferson Starship switched to Starship.read more
  • Ehab Omran and Nick Frantianne of South Of EdenThe frontman and bass player in South Of Eden explain how they make fast, loud, thoughtful rock music with a Michael Jackson influence.read more
  • How Eddie Van Halen revolutionized rock guitarIn this excerpt from the book Shredders!, Adrian Belew and others who fell under his influence explain how Eddie Van Halen transformed rock guitar in the '70s the way Hendrix did in the '60s.read more
  • Suzy BoggussCountry star Suzy Bogguss tells the "Hey Cinderella" story, talks about her Dollywood days, and performs her song "Letting Go."read more
  • 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.read more
  • Amanda BrownSinger-songwriter Amanda Brown on touring with Alicia Keys and Adele, her time on The Voice, and finding songs in her dreams.read more