Jefferson Studios talks to artists about songs they made, songs they like, and songs they’d like to have made. It’s an inside look into the craft of making music from the artists themselves.
We talk to award-winning singer-songwriter Jason Mraz about paying the bills, being your own first fan and surrendering to the track.
Singer, songwriter and poet MILCK joins us to discuss writing to the underdog, growing up listening to The Carpenters, and the high of magical songwriting.
Musician and songwriter Josie Dunne joins us to talk about singing to herself under the covers, teaching Justin Bieber songs to children, and being a little fish in a big pond.
We talk to Lil Skies about growing up in a small town, putting his own spin on The Sauce, and making music for the world.
Chappell Roan talks to us about the meaning of her name, performing in talent shows, and the secret sounds hidden in her songs.
We speak with singer-songwriter Hayley Kiyoko about singing on family road trips, middle school angst, and her dream of being in a boy band.
Danish musician Soleima talks about discovering the Beatles, hip-hop nostalgia, and going out on her own.
We talk to Chicago-based producer Whethan about mishearing song lyrics, remixing anything he could find, and the importance of having a place to create.
We spoke to Molly Kate Kestner about fitting in in high school, listening to Prince as a kid, and hearing her brother sing the national anthem.
Paolo Gregoletto of the band Trivium talks to us about the stories behind emotional songs, finding records at the flea market, and getting to those eureka moments in the studio.