Old 97's frontman Rhett Miller talks about his approach to songwriting and his desire to make sure you're enjoying yourself. Daniel Ralston talks about a story he spent years contemplating, researching, and reporting — one that involves shady business dealings, impersonation, and cowboy hats.
Luke Wilson talks about working with Cameron Crowe on his new TV show, working with his family, and advice he's accrued over the last 20 years in show business. Adam Turla of Murder by Death discusses his band's beginnings and how he became a Kickstarter celebrity.
Deltron 3030's Del the Funky Homosapien and Dan the Automator discuss authenticity in hip hop, how Mega Man inspired their last record, and resisting the urge to play the game. The music industry game, that is. You'll also hear a live session from The Tallest Man on Earth and a tribute to Muhammad Ali.
Muhammad Ali was more than an athlete. He was more than an icon. He was more than a prophet. When it comes to cultural significance, very few people can stand toe to toe with Ali. He contained a rare combination of ability, conviction, kindness, and bombast that'll never be replicated.