There aren’t a heck of a lot of professional clawhammer-style banjo players who have been awarded TED fellowships. By our count, for that matter, it’s just one.
Whatever your view of his politics, there is no doubt Harry Belafonte has directly and indirectly enhanced our country's collective knowledge of music.
With Bill Monroe and later Lester Flatt, the late Earl Scruggs changed the face of country music.
The grand piano from Paul's home recording studio, a selection of his rare guitars, pedals, consoles and other equipment from the rock pioneer's collection will be sold at auction.
New Public Radio name song immortalizes Felde, Rabe, more
Musicians from across the western U.S. are gathering in Riverside this weekend for the third annual Harry Moore Memorial Solo Piping and Drumming Competition.
"Rhythm of the Night" singer El DeBarge will not face drug charges due to "insufficient evidence," said a spokeswoman district attorney's office.
Whitney Houston drowned, says the L.A. County Coroner, citing the sad accident as the singer's official cause of death. Associated causes: heart disease and cocaine.
George Jones, Roger Miller, Buck Owens, and Jimmy Dean all achieved great fame. This record shows them near the beginning of their respective careers.
This is a comedy album, but it's a sad occasion by which I choose it. Peter Bergman was a sometime colleague of mine, a man whom I felt privileged to have known.
The musicians of the UC Riverside Pipe Band will be ringing in St. Patrick’s Day this weekend.
Metallica's bruising heyday is now chronicled in the book “Murder in the Front Row,” a collection of photographs that captures the mayhem onstage and off.
Mark Stewart & Heidi Rodewald of The Negro Problem starred in the hit musical "Passing Strange" ... while they were breaking up as a couple. Awkward! It's chronicled on their new album, "Making It."
The Doobie Brothers' longtime drummer has died. Michael Hossack, who his bandmates called Big Mike, helped the group crank out some of its greatest hits.
When the Pogues met in a hotel room in 1991, they knew they had to fire unreliable frontman Shane MacGowan, but how would he take it? James Fearnley tells us.
The kickoff show of the not-sold-out "LA Takeover" date only amplified the reality that no one cared about the new songs, and no one cared about the new band.