Summer Music Mix
Kick off the summer with unforgettable musical performances by groundbreaking and break-through arti
A Dixie Chick: Natalie Maines
Natalie Maines, one of the Dixie Chicks, is raising her voice in song again. Lee Cowan speaks to her about her new solo album, "Mother."
In Tune with The Virginmarys
Hailing from Macclesfield, England, The Virginmarys have brought their own brand of punk rock to the U.S. CBSNews.com got "In Tune" with the trio to find out how American audiences have taken to the music off their debut album "King of Conflict."
In Tune with Michael Kiwanuka
Michael Kiwanuka has earned big accolades in his home country of Great Britain, and has recently broken into the American music scene with a sound that's been compared to Otis Redding. The singer spoke with CBSNews.com about performing in the U.S. and how he's formed his style of songwriting.
In Tune with Ghost Beach
The band Ghost Beach has a sound that can only be described as "tropical grit pop." The duo, comprised of Josh Ocean (vocals, bass, synths) and Eric Mendelsohn (guitars, synths, MPC), spoke with CBSNews.com on how they developed their style of music and why they give their songs away for free.
In Tune with Norman Vladimir
Norman Vladimir spoke with CBSNews.com about why he took his pop-soul sound from Nashville to New York and what it's like juggling between a day job and his music career.
In Tune with Milo Greene
Milo Greene, one of "Esquire" magazine's artists to watch in 2012, self-describes its sound as "cinematic-pop" which they put on display in the "Milo Greene" visual companion film "Moddison." Graham Fink and Marlana Sheetz spoke with CBSNews.com about the film and how they bring their melodic blend of singing and multi-instrumental playing to live performances.
In Tune with Here We Go Magic
Here We Go Magic members Luke Temple (vocals, guitar) and Pete Hale (drums) spoke with CBSNews.com about how they create music "outside of genre," Brooklyn's unique blend of sounds, and how the taboos of songwriting can fade away with age.
In Tune with Of Monsters and Men
Of Monsters and Men have had a busy year traveling across America on a nearly sold out tour playing songs off their debut album "My Head is an Animal." The band spoke with CBSNews.com about its songwriting process, live performances, and when fans can expect to hear some new material.
In Tune with Katie Herzig
Early on, Katie Herzig never knew she wanted to make music. Now, her songs can be heard in an array of TV shows and commercials. The singer spoke with CBSNews.com on how she approaches her songwriting process and her dynamic live performances.
In Tune with The Avett Brothers
The Avett Brothers, comprised of Scott Avett (banjo), Seth Avett (guitar), and Bob Crawford (stand-up bass), spoke with CBSNews.com on their lack of a songwriting formula, how brotherhood affects the creative process, and what fans should expect from a live show.
In Tune with Wake Owl
Wake Owl's recently released EP "Wild Country" has a group of songs that Colyn Cameron just couldn't keep from the world. CBSNews.com got "In Tune" with the singer/songwriter to find out which direction he plans on taking the band next.
In Tune with The Lone Bellow
Zach Williams, Kanene Pipkin and Brian Elmquist of The Lone Bellow tell CBSNews.com about harmonizing together for the first time and how they captured the essence of their live sound on their debut album.
Glen Hansard busking in New York City
In this preview of a profile to air March 17 on "Sunday Morning," CBS News caught Glen Hansard - the singer-songwriter behind "Once" - performing "Love Don't Keep Me Waiting" on a Manhattan street and in a Bleecker Street record shop.
Web Exclusive: Led Zeppelin performs "Black Dog"
As a preview of the legendary British rock band's appearance on "Sunday Morning" to discuss "Celebration Day" - a DVD of their 2007 tribute concert for Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun, at London's O2 Arena - we present the band performing "Black Dog."