Full story - October 26, 2007
When NASA launches the space shuttle, mission control wakes up the astronauts every morning with a song. But that's not the only music heard in outer space. The astronauts often bring instruments with them to play. We asked Richard Paul to find out what it's like to rock out in space.
Full story - August 18, 2009
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Full story - December 26, 2008
Joe Boyd witnessed key moments in music history, like hiring Pink Floyd as a London house band, or helping Bob Dylan plug in his electric guitar at the Newport Folk Festival. Joe describes the fateful afternoon he decided to go into music. Produced by Rob Weisberg.
Full story - November 07, 2008
Eugene Hutz performs the song live in Studio 360.
Full story - August 13, 2010
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Kurt talks with a Columbia University astrophysicist who's eagerly awaiting data from the Large Hadron Collider. Levin, also an author, wrote the historical novel A Madman Dreams of Turing Machines.
Full story - June 18, 2010
Full story - March 21, 2008
This ground-breaking rock musical is about a black teen who leaves LA to find himself in Berlin. Its creator Mark Stewart, known as Stew, talks with Kurt about the autobiographical show; it uses great humor, smart lyrics, and rock n' roll to take on race, identity, and mother-son relationships.
Full story - February 12, 2010
Elizabeth Gilbert wrote Eat, Pray, Love, a witty account of her globe-hopping, soul-searching journey after a divorce. She followed that book up with a new memoir, "Committed: A Skeptic Makes Peace with Marriage."

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