Starting in 1959 and for decades after, he recorded some of country's greatest songs, including "He Stopped Loving Her Today." Jones was 81.
Billy Ray Cyrus he took the songwriting advice he got years ago, pares everything down to its essence, and leaves out the preaching. He says, This is what happened to me, make of it what you will.
Jimmy Kimmel Live's "Lie Witness News" went to the desert and what they found was a collection of Coachella kids going gaga over fake bands.
Havens, a folk singer and guitarist, performed at the 1969 Woodstock Festival. He returned to the site during the 40th anniversary in 2009.
Twitter's it-took-so-long-we-almost-gave-up-on-it music service arrived Thursday in a shiny, boxy layout that allows people to easily find music and share via iTunes, Spotify and Rdio.
Ride Your Heart, the band's debut album, was just released. But what music makes Bleached think of home? Singer Jennifer Clavin picked three records.
Coachella's eventful first weekend ended with a blinding desert sandstorm.
KPCC's Ben Bergman sums up the first night's performances with a tidy "Jurassic 5 returns, Stone Roses fall flat."
Ben Bergman is our man on the ground. Soon the sun will own him, but here is his first, and likely his most lucid, transmission from Indio, CA.
Ira Glass is following his KPCC Public Radio Bracket Madness win by getting his celebrity on in the latest music video from Thao & The Get Down Stay Down, “We The Common.”
Last fall, a warehouse full of Norton Records mail orders was heavily water damaged by Hurricane Sandy. This weekend, Real Boss Hoss and Intoxica Radio present a benefit show.
We've got what you need to groove with tens of thousands of your new friends in the desert: helpful details to navigate the massive festival.
If you’re sick of all the headaches associated with summer music festivals in general, you might agree with the sentiment of the new fake Coachella commercial “Coachella is Awesome!”
The honey-voiced tenor brings his brand of 1920s and '30s music to L.A.'s Disney Hall this week.
Tuesday, the day of the week we like to talk about new music. On tap this week is NPR's music critic Ann Powers who'll review a new tribute to John Denver, the band Mad Season and Rilo Kiley.
Music producer Phil Ramone, who worked with top artists to create some of the most unforgettable music of our era, has died.