R&B impresario Kenneth (Babyface) Edmonds talks about his success as a record producer, songwriter and solo artist. Included: the release of his 2001 CD “Face 2 Face.” Also: Enya's video “May It Be.” Hosted by Tinabeth Pina.
The resurgence of bluegrass music is explored. Included: the “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” soundtrack; a profile of the trio Nickel Creek. Also: Elton John's video “This Train Don't Stop There Any More.”
Brandy talks about her two-year hiatus from the spotlight after six years on “Moesha,” along with the release of her 2002 album “Full Moon.” Included: secretly marrying producer-songwriter Robert Smith; preparing for motherhood.
Alison Krauss talks about bringing bluegrass music to a mainstream audience through her recordings with back-up band Union Station. Also: her contribution to the “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” soundtrack.