On today's show:
Blame It On The Juice
(Starts at 7:45)
Lizzo has earned her first number-one single on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Truth Hurts” — the first Black solo female R&B/pop artist to peak at the top position since Rihanna’s “Diamonds” in 2012. And she has a role in the upcoming film, "Hustlers," which stars Jennifer Lopez. With all that happening, we revisit our 2017 interview with the singer when she was on the cusp of her breakout.
Hollywood And Climate Change
(Starts at :45)
On Sept. 10, Variety will devote a special issue to Hollywood's impact on climate change and how the industry is responding. John talks with Variety business editor Cynthia Littleton about the issue.
John Paul White, After The Wars
Singer-songwriter John Paul White is known for being one-half of the Grammy-winning duo, The Civil Wars. White’s latest solo record, "The Hurting Kind," is a throwback to his Nashville "Countrypolitan" influences. He collaborated with veteran country songwriters such as Whisperin' Bill Anderson and Bobby Braddock, as well as more recent Nashville figures like Lee Ann Womack and The Secret Sisters. White spoke with The Frame’s Jonathan Shifflett about growing up a stone’s throw away from the famed recording studios of Muscle Shoals.