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Hear a Podcast Tribute to John Prine and Bill Withers

Hear a revealing interview with Bill Withers and an intimate remembrance of John Prine on ‘Rolling Stone Music Now’

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The latest episode of Rolling Stone Music Now honors two legends, gone too soon, with a never-before-heard interview with Bill Withers (conducted by senior writer Andy Greene, who spent time at Withers’ home for a 2015 feature ), along with intimate memories of John Prine from senior writer Patrick Doyle, who has written extensively about the late singer-songwriter.

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In the interview, Withers talks about writing classics including “Ain’t No Sunshine” and “Lean on Me,” the beginning of his recording career, and much more. Doyle, meanwhile, takes us through Prine’s entire history, and looks back at his own time with the singer at his Nashville home and elsewhere.

On last week’s episode of Rolling Stone Music Now, we paid tribute to Adam Schlesinger, the late songwriter and Fountains of Wayne confounder.

Download and subscribe to our weekly podcast, Rolling Stone Music Now, hosted by Brian Hiatt, on iTunes or Spotify (or wherever you get your podcasts), and check out two years’ worth of episodes in the archive, including in-depth, career-spanning interviews with Bruce Springsteen, Halsey, Ice Cube, Neil Young, the National, Questlove, Julian Casablancas, Sheryl Crow, Johnny Marr, Scott Weiland, Alice Cooper, Fleetwood Mac, Elvis Costello, Donald Fagen, Phil Collins, Alicia Keys, Stephen Malkmus, Sebastian Bach, Tom Petty, Kelly Clarkson, Pete Townshend, Bob Seger, the Zombies, Gary Clark Jr., and many more — plus dozens of episodes featuring genre-spanning discussions, debates, and explainers with Rolling Stone’s critics and reporters. Tune in every Friday at 1 p.m. ET to hear Rolling Stone Music Now broadcast live from SiriusXM’s studios on Volume, channel 106.

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