Soul Sisters

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Actor and performer Lola Kirke tells us how she's managed to star in a hit Amazon show (Mozart in the Jungle), several upcoming feature films AND record a new album which will be out later this year - plus she explains the power of putting toge
Bettye LaVette joins Soul Sisters to tell us how, at 72 years old, the Motown-veteran soul singer (though she disputes the term) is really just getting started.  See for privacy and opt-out information.
Broods singer Georgia Nott joins Soul Sisters to tell us about The Venus Project, her female-collaborative effort whose new album is a culmination of Nott's experiences as a woman in the industry and world at large.  See for
Country singer Carly Pearce tells us how she parlayed years of hustling in the Nashville singer/songwriter scene into the breakthrough moment she's having now as one of country music's hottest rising stars.  See for privacy a
Dessa - artist, writer, poet and boss lady of hip-hop collective Doomtree - joins Soul Sisters around the release of her latest album Chime to tell us how she became such a multi-hyphenate force to be reckoned with.  See for
Fifth Harmony's Lauren Jauregui and school shooting survivor/gun control activist Delaney Tarr discuss what Generation Z can do to change the future, on this special bonus episode of Soul Sisters.  See for privacy and opt-out
Klara and Johanna Söderberg of First Aid Kit join Billboard's Soul Sisters Podcast to address rumors of a rift between them and explain what fueled their new album Ruins.  See for privacy and opt-out information.
Performer, composer and teaching artist Sarah Elizabeth Charles reunites with her old friend and Soul Sister co-host Darah to catch us up on her inspiring journey turning music into a powerful tool for social activism in New York City.  See a
Hayley Kiyoko is proving not just to be one of the hottest rising stars in pop music today, but one whose rise as an unabashedly, nay celebratorily gay artist signals an important moment for our culture in general. She joins Soul Sisters to tel
Jane Birkin joins Soul Sisters to talk about her iconic work and life with Serge Gainsbourg - which she has resurrected with her latest album, Birkin/Gainsbourg Le symphonique - and how she feels about the word "iconic" (which is commonly ascri
Marissa Paternoster of Screaming Females talks early journal writing, her feelings on the term "shredding" and why people are so damn confused at her band's name.  See for privacy and opt-out information.
Ute Lemper lends Soul Sisters her perspective on our current political moment as an international citizen and performer who has seen - and sang - it all.  See for privacy and opt-out information.
Happy Valentine's Day from your Soul Sisters! On this episode genderqueer poet/performer Andrea Gibson joins the show to talk turning love, politics, gender and other elements of the human experience into powerful art on their new album 'Hey Ga
Grammy-winning Mexican artist Natalia Lafourcade joins the show just before attending the 60th Grammy Awards for her nominated album Musas to tell us about her next album and what awards really mean to her - including the Oscars, now that her s
Prolific country songwriter, singer and all-around badass boss lady Brandy Clark joins the show to give us tips on crafting great songs, balancing the personal and political, and surviving the Grammys.  See for privacy and op
MILCK joins the show on the day of her EP release and just before her headlining performance at the New York Women's March to tell us how she's become one of the leading voices of today's feminist movement.  See for privacy a
Charlotte Gainsbourg, actor/musician and music royalty, joins Soul Sisters to talk about overcoming familial grief and her own discomfort to make her latest album, Rest.  See for privacy and opt-out information.
Jazz artist Camila Meza joins Soul Sisters on the eve of New York's Winter Jazzfest to offer some real talk about the challenges facing women in that genre today - and what she suggests we can do about it.  See for privacy an
Lizzy Plapinger kicks the new year off right for Soul Sisters as the co-founder of Neon Golden Records/front woman of MS MR/solo act known as LPX tells us how she became such a triple-threat talent - and what challenges still lie ahead.  See a
Sarah McLachlan calls in from her home in Vancouver for a special holiday episode to discuss her recent Grammy nomination, the 20th anniversary of Lilith Fair and how she's battled double standards in the music industry to become one of the mos
Rising pop star VÉRITÉ joins Jessie and Darah to share her inspiring story of how she came to produce her own stand-out debut LP Somewhere In Between.  See for privacy and opt-out information.
As huge American Idol and Smash fanatics respectively, Darah and Jessie geek out with this week's guest Katharine McPhee, who has a new album of old standards out called I Fall In Love Too Easily.  See for privacy and opt-out
Teresa Williams joins Soul Sisters to tell us the meet-cute story of her and husband Larry Campbell, who have a new album out together after each building prolific careers working with music giants like Bob Dylan, Levon Helm and The Grateful De
The duo Gracie and Rachel join the show to talk about their unique take on misogyny in the music industry and how years of living AND working together has somehow not destroyed their friendship.  See for privacy and opt-out i
Edara "Baby G," lead singer of ubiquitous Brooklyn band Shinobi Ninja, joins Soul Sisters to tell us what it's like being the lone woman in a band with five dudes, and being mistaken for "the merch girl."  See for privacy and
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