The singer-songwriter told us about disowning the name he performed under for 16 years, and why he brought it back for the new album "Absolute Loser."
The singer-songwriter's latest album -- her heaviest to date -- tackles her struggle with sleep paralysis.
The Washington-based singer-songwriter has more than 40 albums to his name. His latest, "Introducing Karl Blau," is a collection of country-western covers.
OpenAir spoke with singers Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig of Lucius about their two-pronged vocals and the extremes of life as a performer.
OpenAir spoke with singer Jessica Boudreaux about the themes of frustration behind the Portland-based punk band's third album, "Full Of It."
Caroline Polachek and Patrick Wimberly of Chairlift spoke with OpenAir about the experimental nature of their third album.
The Lumineers stopped by OpenAir to talk their long-awaited sophomore album, "Cleopatra," and the joys and difficulties surrounding its creation.
The Nederland-based folk group worked on its new album at eTown Music Hall. OpenAir spoke with two of the band members about the writing and recording process for "Petals."
The New York singer-songwriter discusses a recent move and her new solo album with OpenAir.