IN SIXTY is an amazing place to learn about music with artists. Featured in-studio, candid debate and intimate conversation take up the bulk of the hour, leading to some of the most intelligent music talk around, worthy of a grad-school seminar. Depending on the artist or guest in town (or abroad), they will take up the entire 60 minute pre-taped, multi-camera show in an intimate, probing and seemingly uncut conversation. (*think music interviews in the tone of CNN’s Piers Morgan, with hooky bumpers). Host Matt Wells will have a long-format discussion with relevant MuchMore artists such as Kid Rock, Lenny Kravitz, Mumford & Sons, The Black Keys, Madonna.
From the MuchMore Blog:
Mumford and Sons are barely 5 years old and it wasn’t that long ago they were still a pub band in the UK. Fast forward to now however, and they are headlining every major music festival, selling out arenas all over the world, have performed on the Grammy’s with Bob Dylan, and just performed the State Dinner at the White House. Not too shabby right? As you know, I am a big fan of this band, I dig the music, but what is truly incredible is how fast their star has risen. They are all relatively young dudes in their early twenties who have accomplished more than most bands have after 15 years in the business, and all on the strength of 1 album! I’ll talk about the ups and downs of that quick fame with Mumford & Sons: In Sixty, Thursday March 29th, 9pm ET.
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