Interviews from The Current.

Interview: Dan Bejar of Destroyer

Ahead of his show at the Fine Line Music Cafe with Destroyer, Dan Bejar sat down for a chat with host Bill DeVille about his new album Poison Season.

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Interview: Dan Auerbach of the Arcs

Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys teamed up with his recording buddies to form a new collaboration called the Arcs, and he sat down with host Bill DeVille to chat about their debut album Yours, Dreamily.

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Interview: Keith Richards

On the release date of Keith Richards' solo album, 'Crosseyed Heart,' The Current's Jim McGuinn had a chance to chat with Richards. 'Crosseyed Heart' is Richards' first solo album in 23 years. 'What took me so long? Well, I've got this other band ...,' Richards jokes. Listen to the full conversation and read a transcript.

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The Current's Guitar Collection: Greg Holden, 1972 Martin 00-28

After playing a captivating session in MPR's Forum, Greg Holden stopped to talk to us about the guitar he played during the performance. Holden wasn't typically a player of Martin guitars, but a chance find changed his mind. 'It sounded amazing and I was like, Ah, I guess I'm going to get one of these,' he says.

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Jesse Hughes of Eagles of Death Metal

The Eagles of Death Metal frontman stopped in for a chat with The Current's Bill DeVille and a portrait session with Nate Ryan. Although Hughes didn't set out to be a rock musician, he was encouraged to pursue music by his longtime friend Josh Homme. 'This is the coolest job in the world,' Hughes says.

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Interview: Zach Condon of Beirut

On Friday, Sept. 11, Beirut's next album, 'No No No,' releases. Beirut frontman Zach Condon joins Jade to talk about the new album, how it came together, and about his approach to songwriting and arranging. 'I will hit an accidental note on a piano and all of a sudden a drum part will come to me,' Condon says. 'That's how my mind works. It's weird.'

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