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Each week we profile a different musician - and this week we have Irene Diaz with her debut album "I Love You Madly."
Sunday is World AIDS Day and it's being commemorated with a free concert Saturday night in downtown L.A. The concert is also honoring Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen.
An NEA Jazz Master saluted as a Living Jazz Legend by the Kennedy Center, Hamilton recorded more than 60 albums as a band leader, beginning in the 1950s, and also appeared in and scored films.
It's time for Tuesday Reviewsday our weekly new music segment. This week we're going to be talking about rock with Shirley Halperin from The Hollywood Reporter and Chris Martins from Spin Magazine.
The guest spots aren’t limited to Pharrell himself; here’s where you can find all of the celebrity drop-ins for the epic Los Angeles-based video.
Las Vegas hosts the the 14th annual Latin Grammys tonight, airing on the Univision network, and it will include a diverse field of artists from around the world.
The "Like A Rolling Stone" interactive video lets you flip between 16 channels, with both real TV stars and fake ones doing Dylan. Follow along with our complete channel listing here.
A Polish pianist built the rare instrument — a combination of a piano and a viola — based on the Renaissance master's original design and played it: We have video!
It's time for Tuesday Reviewsday our weekly new music segment. This week we're going to be talking about rock with Justino Aguila from Billboard Magazine and music critic Steve Hochman.
The exhibit looks at Latinos' influence on American pop music from the 1940s to today and includes concert posters, short films, and an open dance floor with a juke box.
It's time for Tuesday Reviewsday, our regular segment in which we talk about the best in new music. This week we're joined by Oliver Wang of Soul-Sides.com and music supervisor Morgan Rhodes.
Mike Sheehan's sketchbook catches the essence of a music store that's actually about music.
Music supervisor Randall Poster doesn't just work on movie music, he also keeps busy producing records, the latest is a tribute to Donna Summer called "Love to Love You Donna".
Legendary music executive Clive Davis said the late Janis Joplin rewrote "the rules for what was possible and what was permissible."
By day, he's in charge of a small mosque in a village in southeastern Turkey. By night, Ahmet Tuzer becomes the lead singer in the band FiRock, which mixes Sufi mysticism and psychedelic rock.