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A Married Duo Chases The Dream, Toddlers In Tow

In an industry where more and more artists must take responsibility for promoting their albums and booking their tours, the problems for Big Harp are compounded by the fact its two key members are married — and recent parents.

Naxos: The Little Record Label That Could (And Did)

In the past 25 years, Naxos Records has gone from an oddball industry joke to a leading label and innovative distributor of classical music.

Out Of A Cult, Into The World: Owens' Transformation

After Christopher Owens fled the cult he grew up in, he used his musical talent to launch a career. His band, Girls, was an arena-touring success. Now his first solo album, Lysandre, is a reflection on that experience.

There Are Only 100 Copies Of The New Bob Dylan Record

Only available in Europe, Dylan's new limited-edition compilation aims to extend the copyright on unreleased material from the beginning of his career.

A Night Out With Sam Cooke: 'Harlem Square' Turns 50

Live at the Harlem Square Club, 1963 has been called one of the best live albums ever recorded. But it was shelved for more than 20 years by executives at Cooke's record label, who feared what the mainstream would make of his fiery performance.

Trey Anastasio On World Cafe

The leader of Phish sits down with World Cafe host David Dye for a lengthy interview about The Trey Anastasio Band, his recent album Traveler and the struggle behind his song "Valentine."