June and Jean Millington, trailblazers of rock and roll, have released a new album, Play Like A Girl — and they're doing it while they battle a new form of discrimination: ageism.
A German musician is making waves on the Internet by turning financial data into often-depressing musical arrangements. Johannes Kreidler has tied musical notes to falling stock prices.
The 867-5309/Jenny song has survived three decades. Now Jim Keller, the songwriter behind that song is trying to make a comeback.
Motown Records marks the 50th anniversary since Diana Ross & the Supremes and The Temptations began making music history.
Somali-Canadian musician and writer K'Naan recently returned from Somalia, where he saw the ravages of famine and war, but also found hope for the future.
Ry Cooder's new album, "Pull Up Some Dust and Sit Down," is a protest shout against the out-of-control banks and the efforts to disenfranchise the poor.
Twenty years ago this month, a new sound blasted the cobwebs out of every radio station in America: Nirvana's 'Nevermind,' becoming the defining record for Generation X.
The chanchona band, Los Hermanos Lovo trace their roots back to rural El Salvador, and they're all about the party.
The tragedy of 9/11 expressed through the works of classical composers, who create 'portable sites of public memory.'
The future of opera may be in China, where new opera houses are being built, jobs are appearing, and opera singers are learning Chinese.