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Four-time Grammy Award winner Kravitz, a collaborator and mentor for Lennon since they played at a John Lennon tribute concert in the Eighties, gets comfortable in conversation through their shared experiences of music, childhood with celebrity parents, and an appreciation of the power of positivity in creativity.

The Southern rock icons open up like no past interview they've done, including the story behind their return after a decade-long hiatus. Filmed at New York City's Triad Theater.

The Grammy Award-winning front man of Steely Dan and the Doobie Brothers and his longtime producer reveal his career from early influences through their latest collaboration on McDonald's fourth solo studio album, Blink of an Eye. Filmed at the Triad Theater in New York City.

Singer/songwriter Jack Johnson is joined by G. Love for an intimate conversation at New York City's McKittrick Hotel for this episode of "Speakeasy." Johnson is primarily recognized for his merging of soft rock and acoustic genres and has reached No. 1 on the Billboard Charts four albums in a row. He has been nominated for multiple Grammy, ESPN, Billboard, and Brit Awards. G. Love is best known as the front man for the alternative hip-hop band, G. Love & Special Sauce. The band is known for a unique, laid back blues sound that encompasses classic R&B.

Nick Mason is best known as the drummer of legendary rock band Pink Floyd. He is the only member of Pink Floyd to be featured on every one of their albums and is the only constant member of the band since its formation in 1965. Mason takes the stage opposite David Fricke, senior editor of Rolling Stonemagazine. The pair discuss the early days of Pink Floyd, groupies, space, and the legacy of Pink Floyd.

Nile Rodgers, the three-time Grammy Award winning musician, composer, arranger, producer, guitarist, author and co-founder of the band CHIC, invites his good friend, Valerie Simpson of Ashford and Simpson, to reminisce and candidly discuss his illustrious career and personal journey. From his early days frequenting Studio 54 and his seminal work with David Bowie, Madonna and Diana Ross, to his Grammy Award-winning work with Daft Punk, Rodgers discusses how he's kept a four decade long career that has survived the excesses of an oft-documented drug culture of the 70s, very much intact.

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