Music producer Phil Ramone, who worked with top artists to create some of the most unforgettable music of our era, has died.
The band El Ten Eleven, whose music you may recognize from KPCC bumper music and the design documentary "Helvetica," had their gear stolen from their car — just before they went on tour. They're turning to the Internet for help.
Williams was the author of dozens of books and founder of Crawdaddy! -- a vanguard rock music magazine that predated Rolling Stone by nearly 2 years.
"In slavery times, the old folks couldn't talk to each other. They had to make signs ... make the sounds we singing. That's why we sing in these old slavery sounds ... they couldn't talk so they sang a song and they'd get together underneath the song that we're gonna sing."
The parody video gives you a young Dylan, set on Oct. 14, 1965, singing songs Disney didn’t do until the ’90s, from "A Whole New World" to "Colors of the Wind."
New Jersey-based My Chemical Romance announce Friday night that they're disbanding. Fans around the world take to Twitter to express their sadness.
Michael Nesmith — the former Monkee who fathered MTV and whose mother invented Liquid Paper — is making a rare, live appearance in L.A. this week.
Prince has apparently had enough of Los Angeles. A new tour includes clubs up and down the West Coast — but none in Los Angeles.
Fran Warren, whose 1947 recording of "A Sunday Kind of Love" was one of the classic hits of the big band era, has died.
Tuesday's the day that record companies usually release their new albums, so to help get caught up on the newest in music we have Oliver Wang from Soul-Sides.com and Morgan Rhodes from KPFK.
The multiplatinum rapper was hospitalized in L.A. on Friday and reps confirmed he was "recovering." A tweet came from the rapper's account: "I'm good everybody. Thx for the prayers and love.".
Although 72-year-old Harry Taussig is an icon for many guitar aficionados, he's never performed live. That's about to change. Alex Cohen reports.
The sold-out show by the DJ trio's Masquerade Motel farewell tour at L.A.'s State Historic Park will bring two-night total to 70,000 fans.
The latest from Funny Or Die offers an... alternative history of the formation of the much-loved but short-lived band the Postal Service, with open auditions.
Jewel Akens, a pop singer who had a 1960s hit with "The Birds and the Bees," has died in Los Angeles County. He was 79.
Saxophone player Rudresh Mahanthappa weaves many identity threads in his music. His Royce Hall concert Saturday will bring two distinct approaches to life.