Producer and archivist Andy Zax explains why he wanted to give listeners a way to relive the original Woodstock with a 38-disc box set. The q This music panel takes a look at the 20th anniversary of Christina Aguilera's pop debut and the recent surge of popularity for the metal band Tool. Sesame Street music director Bill Sherman tells us what goes into making the show's great songs. Grammy award-winning music producer Narada Michael Walden reflects on his hitmaking career with Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey.
When Elaine Welteroth was 29 years old, she became the editor of Teen Vogue. That made her the youngest person ever — and only the second black person ever — to hold the title in the history of Condé Nast. She joined guest host Nana aba Duncan to talk about her new book, More Than Enough: Claiming Space for Who You Are (No Matter What They Say).
Celebrity makeup artist Hung Vanngo shares his journey from a refugee boat out of Vietnam to the Oscars red carpet. Soul and R&B singer Tanika Charles performs a few new songs from her latest album, The Gumption, live in the q studio. Miles Davis' nephew, Vince Wilburn Jr., and his son, Erin Davis, show us a different side of the iconic jazz musician. Editor Elaine Welteroth talks about her new book, More Than Enough, a part-memoir, part-manifesto about how and why she made Teen Vogue more socially-conscious.