This week we talk to Leigh Nash of legendary pop/rock band Sixpence None The Richer. After a breakup in 2004, the band is back with a new full-length album called Lost In Transition. We also talk to international evangelist Luis Palau about his friendship with someone who's been in the news recently, Pope Francis. Plus, Cameron's White House robe, Tyler's cephalophobia and a Wal-mart deer hunt. Of course. Read More

2011 Winter Music Preview

A look at the highs and lows of the next few months of music. Read More

This summer may as well be termed the "year of the reunion." Sure, every summer has its share of re-formed groups hitting the festivals, but this year there are some heavy-hitters who've returned to the stage (if not the recording studio). Here are a few of the more notable ones coming along soon to a stage (or iTunes) near you: Read More

2010 New Music Guide

The Good and Bad to Pay Attention to This Year

If 2010 is anything like 2009, the “next big thing” in music will be a genre someone made up one day, possibly under the influence of something. Technology continues to be cheap and widely available, and the Internet continues to be the best distribution tool ever. It’s very possible your best friend’s album he recorded using GarageBand might get picked up by Pitchfork. Technology means artists are dusting off old sounds, rapping about sneakers and old favorites are back. In short, 2010 figures to be an exciting time for music; the Internet has changed it forever ... Read More

O Holy Mix, the Songs Are Brightly Shining

Our 17 favorite renditions of spiritual Christmas songs. Read More