The growing market for repackaged and remastered music -- from the Beatles to forgotten 60s and 70s soul records.
Blackburn, in West Lothian, Scotland is the hometown of Susan Boyle, the singing sensation who wowed judges on the British TV show "Britain's Got Talent."
A pair of Pakistani professors sings songs of protest -- the music is new, but the lyrics are based on the words of iconic poets from the past.
This performance by African-American singer Marian Anderson in a location of circumstance signaled a milestone in the Civil Rights Movement.
Music industry execs responsible for hair bands like Motley Crue and underground acts like Moby talk about their post-label worlds.
A movement in the Japanese music underground surfaced in the 1990s to ask the same questions as avant-garde icon John Cage did in the 1950s.
South African art rock lands in the United States courtesy of BLK JKS.
Jon Hassell has never been your typical frontman trumpeter--his horn is often buried in swirling textures; notes are shifted, refracted, repeated, and distended in a fertile greenhouse of sound.
Fifty years ago this week, virtuoso jazz pianist Thelonious Monk gave a landmark concert at New York Cityâ€™s Town Hall; it was a coming-out for an underground jazz scene.
Indian composer A.R.Rahman's score earned him two Oscars -- he says he wanted to get away from musical cliches for "Slumdog."