Pop Evil’s Leigh Kakaty talks “The Boss’s Daughter,” touring, more

Pop Evil has been a perpetual "band on the rise" since it was first signed in 2007. The Michigan group has toured nonstop for five years in the supporting role for acts like 3 Doors Down and Theory of A Deadman, but after the release of its latest single, “The Boss’s Daughter” and recent endorsements from hard rock heavyweights Nikki Sixx and Mick Mars of Motley Crue, 2012 may be the band's biggest year yet.

Why So Serious, Tracy Morgan?

Tracy Morgan is no stranger to live television, having been a cast member on “Saturday Night Live” from 1996 to 2003. But since 2006, Morgan has safely plied his trade on NBC’s critically acclaimed, Emmy-winning "30 Rock," a far less... how shall we say... unpredictable, pre-taped environment?

Amy Ray: An Indigo Girl gone solo — but only temporarily

If you listen to enough Indigo Girls music, you know that it's not all frilly harmonies and plaintive contemplations. Fans of the 27-year-old duo know that each of the singers, brunette Amy Ray and blond Emily Saliers, bring vastly different sensibilities to the mix — and that is perhaps the reason for their continued popularity.

The Reverb Interview: Ween

The genre-shredding duo of Gene and Dean Ween has never been a general audience rock act. Outside of Colorado, anyway. Despite the reams of press the band gets, and a brief dalliance with the mainstream after the left-field MTV joke-rock hit "Push Th' Little Daisies" in 1993, the kind of love that Colorado shows Ween remains unique.

Why So Serious, Moshe Kasher?

Here's the thing about Moshe Kasher: He transcends time and culture, taste and religion. He is, in the words of the almighty Moses, the only comedian we've ever needed -- and the only one we'll ever want.

The Reverb Interview: Gavin Rossdale of Bush

Alt-rock band Bush kicked off its reunion tour on Tuesday in San Diego, and as frontman Gavin Rossdale wound his way through a career-spanning set that included the '90s hits that made him famous — "Comedown," "Glycerine" and "Machinehead" included — he noticed something unexpected in the packed crowd below him.