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As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with Oscar, Golden Globe, and GRAMMY-nominated rock icon Patty Smyth about the making of It’s About Time, her first album of brand new, original music in 28 years. Out now on BMG, It's About Time soars with the same inspiring, indelible intensity that fans first experienced during her days singing lead in Scandal, selling millions of records with hits like "Goodbye To You," "The Warrior," and more. Alongside two covers of Bobbie Gentry and Tom Waits classics, each of the six songs were written by Smyth and produced in Nashville's Blackbird Studio by the legendary Dann Huff (Taylor Swift, Shania Twain, Kelly Clarkson).
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