From the origins of the stage production, to the “unique challenges” presented by cast recording albums, to what the artists thought of the finished product, you’ll find no deeper look into the recent release of the Broadway show’s celebrated music.
It took another singer bailing on the California State Fair for Emily Armstrong to step up to the mic. She hasn’t stepped back since. The singer and guitarist of Dead Sara takes us from humble beginnings to rock airwaves, detailing the band’s rise.
Following up a massive hit, strumming on a junky guitalele, and solving the mysteries of songwriting. Discover how the Melbourne folk artist crafted 2018’s “Nation of Two.”
It’s all about authenticity for Savannah Conley. From her parents telling her to “never do anything that’s not you,” to her respecting fellow musician Brent Cobb for being “forever and always…himself,” the Nashville-based artist is making music only she could make. And this unwavering honestly is on full display in new EP, “Twenty-Twenty.”
Ending a nine-year gap between full length albums, Chris Carrabba’s journey to 2018’s “Crooked Shadows” was an eventful one, to say the least. From lost music, to landing on a dream label, each critical moment is captured here.
A preview of season one of Inside the Album.