"My hope is that the boy's clubs will simmer down and give women more opportunities."
The '90s hit was inspired by a painting, and the songwriter’s own past relationships.
According to The Looking's Todd Carter... "Around the time I envisioned the imagery for this video, I was lead Down Under
Uncovered: Chats with Shawn Colvin and Au Pair's Gary Louris and Django Haskins, Plus Steve Forbert, Aaron Camper, Lauren Marsh and Andy Hackbarth Exclusives
So let's take a look at your new album, Uncovered. Years ago, you recorded Cover Girl on which you took on other songwriters' material. I think it was a little more than twenty years ago. What are your thoughts about having such a long career?
Demi Lovato, Jack Antonoff and more tell HuffPost Live about learning to ask for help.
The Telluride Bluegrass Festival this week is celebrating its 41st year of roots music in the picture-perfect setting among the San Juan Mountain peaks in southwest Colorado. It's a shame if you haven't experienced it at least once.
The songwriter of rock & roll classics like "This Magic Moment," "Teenager in Love," "Viva Las Vegas,"--yes, Elvis Presley's
Shawn Colvin, the three-time Grammy-winner best known for the 1997 hit "Sunny Came Home," released a new album and a memoir this week. Lyrical, funny and painfully honest, Diamond in the Rough reads like a seriously fractured fairy tale.
Bride of the Noisemakers: A Conversation with Bruce Hornsby, Plus Chatting With Daphne Willis and Dead Rock West
Bruce Hornsby has a new album, Bride Of The Noisemakers, which especially celebrates his last few albums and playing out on the road. Here he discusses what the experience has been like, playing those tours.
The Thorns absolutely has been my radar since it was first issued. Now, he's been the songwriter's songwriter for a long time: care to go into some of the Shawn Mullins story?
Listening Booth: 1970 is a concept album that compiles Marc Cohn's favorite -- and many would feel greatest -- songs from that year.
SummerStage celebrated its 25th anniversary with a host of musicians playing songs from Simon & Garfunkel's body of work
Tom "T-Bone" Wolk was a guy who was impossible not to love -- especially if you cared about music even half as much as he did.