Rickie Lee Jones

WFUV Pop Quiz: Rickie Lee Jones

by Laura Fedele
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When she sat down to take the WFUV Pop Quiz with John Platt, Rickie Lee Jones talked about what supports her on the road, her wild love for "Wildfire" and her non-fiery personality. Plus, she explained her cooking method of pairing pears and her love of hang gliding.

 

Aside from gear, your instruments or your band, you don't go on the road without...

My bra. I can't go onstage without a bra, so I guess that's it.

What song do you wish you had written and why?

"Wildfire."

Rickie Lee Jones - Words and Music - 2007

by Rita Houston
Making music was the only option when Rickie Lee Jones read 'The Words' by Lee Cantelon, and the result is the expansive new album 'The Sermon on Exposition Boulevard.' Tonight Rickie Lee brings her full band into Studio-A to perform a few of the works, and talks with Rita Houston about this unique collaboration.

Rickie Lee Jones - Words and Music - 2008

by Claudia Marshall
Photo by Pedro Sousa (CC BY-NC-SA)
For 30 years Rickie Lee Jones has followed inspiration wherever it leads, and is set to celebrate the anniversary of her self-titled debut album next year. During a residency in New York City she made a return trip to WFUV for a conversation with Claudia Marshall, and between a familiar tune - and some improv - shed some light on her unshakable need to create.

Rickie Lee Jones - Words and Music - 2009

by John Platt
It's been three decades since Rickie Lee Jones released 'Chuck E's In Love' and 'Coolsville' and while the songs made her an overnight sensation her career has never burned out. She has been constantly exploring new genres in her music and new depths in her songwriting. She sat down in studio A with WFUV's John Platt to talk about her latest album 'Balm in Gilead' which explores her familial and spiritual roots. Rickie also talked about her deep connections with her fans. (11/2/09)