The Pat Metheny Interview History will likely be exceptionally kind to Pat Metheny. The guitarist, after all, is one of the most innovative, influential, and versatile musicians of his generation. During the last three decades, beyond his endless touring, he’s recorded an astounding lot of music in a stupefying array [...]Read more >>
Bless the Godchild Sanctified by Dinah and Quincy, Patti Austin’s career was destiny. By Michael Roberts Music lovers who only know Patti Austin as the voice behind “Baby, Come to Me,” a 1982 duet with James Ingram that topped the pop chart thanks to exposure on General Hospital, have a [...]Read more >>
Being Michael Bublé The Canadian crooner discusses Sinatra, Darin, performing, and misconceptions. By Michael Fagien Success in the music business often depends on a lucky break. After years of laboring on a fishing boat and, later, playing club dates where he sang everything from jazz to Elvis covers, Michael Bublé’s [...]Read more >>
Hef Hugh Hefner discusses his life, his dreams, and 30 years of the Playboy Jazz Festival. By David Pulizzi Admiring and envious men the world over know Hugh Hefner as the founder and public face of Playboy, the men’s magazine with the saucy centerfold that first hit American newsstands in [...]Read more >>
Something for Bill Eliane Elias discusses her latest release, a handsome tribute to the late Bill Evans. By Michael Roberts • Photography by Tom LeGoff Musically speaking, pianist/vocalist Eliane Elias is a one-woman United Nations. A native of Brazil, this former child prodigy is well versed in the work of [...]Read more >>
The Importance of Being Oscar Diana Krall talks about her mentor, her music, and being a mommy. By Michael Roberts “Sorry I’m late,” says Diana Krall. “I was busy being mommy.” These days, Krall is busy with both kids and career. Her sultry image, established for many fans by the [...]Read more >>
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