"Fuse News Presents Artist 2 Artist" is an interview series on Fuse that features two interesting artists from different genres engaged in a thought-provoking, in-depth one-on-one conversation about music, the current state of their careers, what lies ahead for them and much more.

The two selected artists in each episode have some sort of relationship, whether they've been touring together, have collaborated with one another, or are simply good friends. The show provides a unique opportunity for these artists from varying genres to come together to reflect on music and reveal personal details about their lives.

The premiere season will feature Alice Cooper with guitarist Orianthi, Steve Aoki with Waka Flocka Flame, Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz with Panic! at the Disco's Brendon Urie, Amy Grant with Sheryl Crow, Little Mix and Fifth Harmony, and Lzzy Hale and Corey Taylor.

Conversation highlights will include Pete Wentz and Brendon Urie sharing details about their favorite tracks, video shoots, and A-list collaborations; Alice Cooper's decision to add Australian rock guitarist Orianthi to his band and what interesting details she has learned about Alice since joining him on the road; Aoki and Waka offering a sneak peek into their busy lives and excitement over sharing a stage and uniting their fans; and longtime friends Sheryl Crow and Amy Grant opening up to each other about juggling motherhood while maintaining their successful careers.


FACTS

Network: Fuse
Genre: Talk Show
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: April 15, 2014
Seasons: 1




'Fuse News Presents Artist 2 Artist' Talks Music — Premiering Tuesday, April 15, the new interview series will feature two selected artists in each episode who have some sort of relationship, whether they've been touring together, have collaborated with one another, or are simply good friends. Read more...





 
 
 
 
 
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