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Waxahatchee's Katie Crutchfield: Q&A

When Waxahatchee's Katie Crutchfield decided to give up drinking following her tour behind 2017's rambunctious Out in the Storm, she also gave herself free rein to reconsider and revamp all aspects of her life. Sidestepping away from what she told Rolling Stone was a "loud and abrasive" sound that coursed through her previous work, she veered down a different road for her fifth album.

Jade Bird

Quarantined Artists is a new FUV feature that includes online Q&As and on-air conversations with musicians dealing with life in Covid-19 lockdown. British songwriter Jade Bird canceled her spring tour and headed home to Britain to be with her family during the lockdown, but she's still writing new songs (or trying to).

Bettye LaVette

Quarantined Artists is a new FUV feature that includes online Q&As and on-air conversations with musicians dealing with life in Covid-19 lockdown. Bettye LaVette discusses her stay-at-home life in West Orange, New Jersey and also her latest album, Blackbirds.

Craig Finn

Quarantined Artists is a new FUV feature that includes online Q&As and on-air conversations with musicians dealing with life in Covid-19 lockdown. While sequestered in Brooklyn, Craig Finn has been writing, running, and honing his recipe for vegan cream of broccoli.

Margaret Glaspy: Q&A

As the second artist interviewed for FUV's new Quarantined Artists series, Margaret Glaspy tells us about her new album, Devotion, and how life during the pandemic reminds us that "we are all so fragile and need a lot of care."

M.Ward: Q&A

It's strange poetry indeed to release an album called Migration Stories while travel is virtually impossible during the current Covid-19 pandemic. M. Ward talks about his new album, and his life during these odd times, in FUV's first Quarantined Artists Q&A and also offers up a "crisis playlist."

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