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In Studio: Adele

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Three years ago, British soul singer Adele turned heads with her hit “Chasing Pavements,” from an album called “19.” Later this month, she’ll release a followup album called “21.” She joins us to talk about it, and she gives us a sneak preview with a live performance.



Comments [8]

Green Language from Ocean City, NJ

check out great new rock n roll:

Mar. 27 2014 12:19 AM
Thomas M from nyc

don't lend this crap legitimacy by broadcasting it on a legitimate radio program. i wouldn't expect to see npr help usher in mediocrity in the arts.

there will always be an audience for crap like this. just because it's bring attention to the program doesn't mean it's respectable. you have a standard to maintain. otherwise start accepting corporate support and play pop music like any other station.

Feb. 12 2012 01:15 PM
Judi gregory from augusta, ga

love it!!!

Dec. 09 2011 04:07 PM
Juan U from Bogota

Un atlento fenomenal, noto que es sencilla. escuche esta mañana Rolling in the Deep, y pues no he parado de escucharla toda la noche. Una voz hermosa y muy talentosa, que rico que me dieran la oportunidad de conocerla personalmente. Desde Colombia un saludo muy especial Adele. Felicitaciones

May. 18 2011 10:54 PM
Amanda from New York, NY

Adele is one of the most talented singers out there right now. I've been listening to her new album "21" on NPR constantly for about a week now. can't wait for the album to come out so I can get my official copy!

Feb. 14 2011 04:20 PM
Robin from Merrick

I was looking forward to hearing Adele and was disappointed when last night's Soundcheck repeat was pre-empted by BBC coverage of events in Egypt.

Happy to be able to listen to the program here!

Feb. 11 2011 09:00 AM
Mr. Bad from NYC

Wow. was so ready to hate this, mostly because of her damn near incomprehensible accent but damn ... she is good. I can't believe this girl is white, she sounds blacker than any white singer I've heard in pop music.

Feb. 10 2011 02:17 PM
Freddy Jenkins


Feb. 10 2011 02:13 PM

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