Back in 2011, things looked murky for British singer Adele, even though she was selling millions of copies of her album 21. A benign polyp on a vocal cord had reduced her voice to a raspy whisper, and it was uncertain whether her singing career could continue. Pioneering vocal surgeon Steven Zeitels gets profiled by The New Yorker.
In This Episode: John Colapinto, staff writer for The New Yorker, tells us about how a Boston-based surgeon saved Adele's career -- and how he's helped to treat other singers famous and not-so-famous.
And: Ten years ago, R&B singer-songwriter Cody ChesnuTT broke loose with a stunning debut -- and a song that was covered by The Roots. He plays from a new album called Landing on a Hundred.
Plus: Another installment of our series That Was A Hit!?!