"Why do we automatically connect the word 'success' with money? Do I even want to make music with money as an end goal?"
The Mudhoney frontman talks pulling double duty for Sub Pop.
Danko Jones on questionable stains and making it on the radio.
"In Gainesville, a man once stopped his pickup truck to roll down the window to say 'I’d be dead if it weren’t for you.'"
"I had no examples nor understanding of what I was going through, and I definitely never saw an R&B artist who embodied what I was to become."
A treatise on the humanity (or, lack thereof) of teaching guitar lessons.
"At no point do I wish I was only playing music."
The singer recounts her switch from "Pam the secretary" to full-time musician.
"Being a musician out of drag is a lot harder," and other career insights from a true queen.
On opening for DMX, painting houses, and the two best rules for any professional scenario.