"Looking out, it's just a gorgeous day," Pegi Young says from her family ranch south of San Francisco.
"It's beautiful here." If woodsy nature weren't inspiring enough, the arrival of a grandchild about 10 days before is also reason to celebrate.
Raw opens with a pointed jab at her ex, "Why" (as in "Why'd you have to ruin my life," its refrain).
In 2007, Young, who had frequently sung backup in her husband's band, belatedly launched her own career with a self-titled album, followed by three more.
But none are quite like Raw, which Young will release in February.
Every year, his Grammys pre-party becomes the hottest ticket in town.
For the first time, this documentary will give an inside look into the gala, which draws the biggest stars in music, movies, television and politics.
His is an inspiring story that's sure to leave you with a smile on your face, a tug at your heart and a playlist of hits forever stuck in your head.” Davis went on to become the founder and president of Arista Records for 25 years, before moving to RCA Music Group.
Currently, he serves at the chief creative officer at Sony Music Group.
This mesmerising loop of swelling melody and harmonies beats anything on Dylan’s Blood on the Tracks for harsh truths about broken marriage, especially when Agnetha Fältskog wails in punch-drunk resignation: “The judges will decide/ The likes of me abide.” Björn Ulvaeus resolutely denied that it was about Agnetha’s and his 1979 divorce.
GM Listen on Spotify Adams’s insistence on singing about his seemingly endless playground crushes can get more than a little wearing, but this – like most of the Heartbreaker album – sounds suspiciously like the real deal.
"The Soundtrack of Our Lives" features interviews with many of these iconic artists.