With two sold-out shows at the Whisky this weekend, the 20 Feet From Stardom singer is introducing herself to a new audience

Bette Midler calls Darlene Love “one of the greatest voices in all of pop music.” Though her new CD is called Introducing Darlene Love, it can be argued that Love, who first came to prominence with “He’s a Rebel” in 1962, needs no introduction. She appeared every December on David Letterman’s show to sing her classic song “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home).” She also memorably took to the Oscar stage when 20 Feet From Stardom won the Academy Award for Best Documentary. Love took time between appearances at the Grammy Museum and her shows at Whisky A Go Go (September 18, 20) to talk about the new album, producer Steve Van Zandt, and the 30 years it took to make this record.  (Click here to read the full article)