As she tours with music off "Water in a Whale," Jillette Johnson explained in this edition of "In Tune" how songwriting became a natural part of her life and why she prefers writing songs that "scare" her.
For Dallas Green, the most important thing about City and Colour is not image or a hit single, but as CBSNews.com found out, it's about the people who come to hear his music.
One year after the release of "Sub Rosa," Jesse Harris is out with "Borne Away." CBSNews.com got "In Tune" with the Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter and found how how it's unlike any record he's made before.
Hailing from Macclesfield, England, The Virginmarys have brought their own brand of punk rock to the U.S.
Zach Williams, Kanene Pipkin and Brian Elmquist of The Lone Bellow tell CBSNews.com about how they captured the essence of their live sound on their debut album
CBSNews.com got "In Tune" with singer/songwriter Colyn Cameron to find out which direction he plans on taking his band Wake Owl next.
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.
The Avett Brothers, comprised of Scott Avett (banjo), Seth Avett (guitar), and Bob Crawford (stand-up bass), discuss their lack of a songwriting formula, how brotherhood affects the creative process, and what fans should expect from a live show.
Here We Go Magic members Luke Temple and Pete Hale 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.
Graham Fink and Marlana Sheetz of Milo Greene spoke with CBSNews.com about their album's visual companion film "Moddison" and how they bring their cinematic-pop sound to live performances.
The Icelandic folk-pop band Of Monsters and Men discuss their live performances and when fans can expect to hear some new material
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.
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.