It's been over a decade since Billy Corgan has produced an album for another artist. Not that he's been lacking for offers: "If I get approached 20 times to produce somebody, I probably say no 20 times," Corgan says. "Generally speaking, I don't like producing. I feel like artists deserve their own version of record production, and my version is pretty particular."
Last year, however, Corgan eased back into the producer's chair to work with singer-songwriter Sierra Swan, whom he met in 2009 through mutual friends while he was assisting Courtney Love on Hole's last album, Nobody's Daughter. "There were a lot of reasons for me deciding to work with Sierra," Corgan explains, "but one of the biggest is her sheer talent. Quite simply, she has one of the greatest voices I've ever heard."Read more about