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Q&A for The New York Times with the reclusive comedian on Trump, Cosby and His Netflix Deal
D’Angelo and Bobby Seale on the Past and Future of Political Protest for The New York Times
Comedy legends talk in advance of HBO doc, "If You're Not in the Obit, Eat Breakfast" For The New York Times
Virginia singer also talks P-Funk influence, making non-cheesy kids' music, why Rick Rubin's Shangri-La is a "musician's paradise." For Rolling Stone
At their very last shows in Chicago, the band reminded people what made them fans in the first place for Esquire online July 6, 2015
Former tour manager and Paisley Park Records president recalls wild '83-'93 stint alongside the Purple One. For Rolling Stone
A vital musical link - Betty Haag carries on Suzuki method with a new generation of students. For Chicago Tribune
Everybody's a DJ these days. Or so they say. A guide to making it (or at least faking it) in the world's coolest profession for Playboy in print April 2014
the hardest working man in rock.
Why Damon Albran can't stop collaborating for TIME Magazine, print edition on June 16, 2014
Profile of the political, no-bullshit and all-around hilarious rap duo for Playboy, March 2017 print edition
Some dating services are connecting people who are interested in getting high on more than just love. For The New York Times Sunday Styles.
The rapper talks the struggle that shaped the stunning new album, Atrocity Exhibition. Profile of the rapper for Esquire
The cheerful mind behind Hannibal’s deeply disturbing, gruesome fantasia. For Vulture
Inside the meditation capital of the Midwes. For NYLON, August 2016 print edition
Nashville's outlaw — and Willie Nelson's best friend — has a new album out, and finally maybe a little peace. For Esquire
Sampha's sonic serenity
‘Process' showcases interplay of artist's voice, piano works. For Chicago Tribune.
Chance the Rapper: High Time and Wild Nights in Chicago
Early profile of the then-rising Chicago hip-hop star. For Rolling Stone
The 26-year-old who made her name as a frank, funny country songwriter is making the most of her turn as a frank, funny—and Grammy-nominated—country singer. For GQ
With dabs and drop tops, the Atlanta trio is already the most talked about rap group of 2017. Profile of the rap group for Esquire
Comedian and “WTF” podcast host Marc Maron on stand-up performing: “To show up on stage and be real and be present for an hour and a half is incredibly rewarding." For Chicago Tribune
Where has the Canadian singer-songwriter been the last five years? Stocking music-shop shelves and rebooting herself. But now she's back—with her sixth album, The Ride. For GQ
Profile of the lightning rod of a young rapper. For Interview, July 2016 print edition
Loved by White Sox fans, and despised by everyone else, the 73-year-old announcer won't change his ways. For Rolling Stone
Singer-songwriter looks back on 2000 solo debut, set for deluxe Pax-Am reissue. For Rolling Stone
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