Last night, PBS aired Phoenix's hour-long episode of "Austin City Limits"—it was previewed last month with their performance of "Entertainment!". Check out the full episode below, plus the full setlist.
Back in 2009, Phoenix filmed a "Take-Away Show" for La Blogotheque on the streets of Paris, in support of that year's excellent Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix. Now they've reunited with the website to capture
NPR's Susan Stamberg asked three of our go-to independent booksellers — Rona Brinlee of The BookMark in Neptune Beach, Fla.; Daniel Goldin of Boswell Book Co. in Milwaukee; and Lucia Silva, former book
Last month, Haruki Murakami published a new novel in Japan. Before anyone could read it, the novel broke the country’s Internet pre-order sales record, its publisher announced an advance print run of a
Natalie Maines doesn't hesitate to make audacious moves, and wresting away "Mother" — Roger Waters' hymn to oppressive maternal authority figures from Pink Floyd — is the biggest one on her first solo
"Pink Champagne," a song on Caitlin Rose's second album The Stand-In, presents Rose's voice in its sparest purity and veiled shrewdness. She sends her voice skyward, the notes as buoyant and light as bubbles
His first bestseller, The Four Hour Workweek, came out of his own experience of going from working long hours, seven days a week to figuring out how to run a business more efficiently. But even for people