One thing that today's biggest artists have in common: They all speak with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe about their lives and the stories behind their songs. Hear why he is the interviewer the biggest stars open up to in these candid, in-depth conversations, now available in full on Apple Podcasts.
The Mars Volta
The Mars Volta’s Cedric and Omar join Zane in studio for a conversation around their self-titled album. They discuss how brotherhood before music brought them back together, the importance of mental health to the band’s dynamic and the highs and lows of the At the Drive-In reunion.
Noah Cyrus joins Zane for a conversation around her latest release "The Hardest Part". They discuss her relationship with her family, recovery and the creative process that led her to this debut.
Zane welcomes Marcus Mumford to the studio for a conversation around his debut solo release "(self-titled)". He talks about facing past trauma, how his collaboraters helped him heal and and what comes next musically.
Zane welcomes rock royalty Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne into the studio to discuss Ozzy's latest album "Patient Number 9". They talk about their move back to England, family journey and speak to Andrew Watt about the making of the album.
Kane Brown joins Zane in the studio to discuss his latest album "Different Man", his relationship with Georgia, his father and venture into gaming.
Zane chats to Paolo Nutini about his latest album "Last Night In The Bittersweet", his time away between his last project, his musical influences and more.
Bonnie Raitt interview
Your interview with Bonnie Raitt was fantastic, you really got the best out of her by not having a script. So often interviews sound so formulaic, but you both sounded like you were having a blast!
I am proud to front a Bonnie Raitt covers band in the UK and gig regularly around the Bristol area, so many people now know her music who didn’t before and appreciate the 50 years of knowledge and experience Bonnie has together with a huge musical respect for her peers - what a gal!
Well done again
Just caught the Anthony Kiedis chat which I knew I’d enjoy, being a huge RHCP fan. Wasn’t disappointed as the way Zane connects with people just adds to the interviews, and his knowledge and passion really shines through. You can tell they both really enjoyed it ‘By The Way’ it all flows so naturally. Also great to see a fan of the band, becoming a friend of the band, fantastic. I know how he feels as I was lucky enough to work on 3 of the RHCP’s tours, as I was 1 of the lorry drivers carrying the kit from gig, to gig. Keep up the excellent work, would love to here Ice T in the future maybe?
One of the greatest to ever do it...
Zane is a fantastic interviewer and conversationalist. His knowledge and depth of understanding of the creative process and music of each artist is great.