Cream captain D. Patrick Rodgers (metaphorically) kicks the tires on Third Man's Rolling Record Store. Whose idea was it? What was the truck before it was the Rolling Record Store? Where does intern Dillon Watson eat lunch? DPR answers at least two of those questions.
Adam Gold syncs the shot and logs in to Splother, a one-stop music licensing site that makes the music industry look like Friendster. Or something like that. Will it get your song in a commercial, movie or TV show? Maybe. Is it a match made in Internet heaven? Read on and find out.
Some guy named Steve Haruch rides the faders with Notes for Notes, a program that's expanding to Nashville, giving kids a chance to collaborate with each other and record music at studios inside Boys and Girls Clubs. Here, take it from the top.