Sergei Mikhalkov wrote the lyrics to the Soviet national anthem during World War II, but rewrote it decades later to better reflect the times.
Grammy-nominated pop artist, Matisyahu talks about how he combines his music and his faith.
Multiple Grammy award winning banjo player Bela Fleck, MacArthur "genius" grant double bassist Edgar Meyer, and international Indian percussion star Zakir Hussain collaborate on the new CD “The Melody of Rhythm,” a combination of Western and Indian classical and American roots music.
Jade Simmons is a classical pianist who's equally happy playing music by Samuel Barber or hip hop master DBR, and making serious music interesting to kids.
Andy Warhol did more than turn groceries into art - he also elevated an obscure band called The Velvet Underground to the rock pantheon, but he didn't do it for the love of rock & roll.
Getting your music off of the internet needn't land you in court; several legal services now have catalogs voluminous enough to satisfy most appetites.
Moby talks about his most personal album yet -- called 'Wait for Me,' it's a CD of deep textures, soulful ruminations and unexpected turns.
The enormous subculture created by fans of the Harry Potter books has spawned a new genre of music, as well as other creative endeavors.
Bill Withers is the singer-songwriter behind soul classics like Ain't No Sunshine, Lean on Me, Use Me, Just the Two of Us, Lovely Day and more.
The sights and sounds of mourning in New York and Detroit, as people gathered to pay tribute to Michael Jackson.