The woman behind one of the year's most powerful albums shines even brighter live. On today's show, she presents her music looped, yelped, cooed and otherwise performed to the funky beat of her own drums.
John Timmons recently closed ear X-tacy, a record store he'd owned for 26 years. "People have priorities, and music is just not a top priority right now. That's what's really taken its toll on us," he says. Now, Timmons has to figure out what to do with the rest of his life.
The legendary R&B group broke onto the music scene in 1991, attracting fans worldwide, winning four Grammys and selling tens of millions of albums. Their latest album is titled Twenty. Guest host Tony Cox speaks with the group about their career, losing a band mate, and whether they'll change their name.
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