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The widely anticipated annual Penghu Ocean Fireworks Festival is set to kick off on April 18, announced the Penghu County Government.
 
Latin Jazz saxophonist Leandro "Gato" Barbieri, who composed the Grammy-winning music for the steamy Marlon Brando film "Last Tango in Paris" and recorded dozens of albums over a career spanning more than seven decades, has died at age 83.
 
Musicians turn out for David Bowie tribute concerts
A sold-out Carnegie Hall audience joined a children's chorus in a singalong to David Bowie's "Space Oddity" Thursday, a sweet end to a tribute concert that turned into a memorial through some bizarre timing.
 
Rap mogul Jay Z has sued the original owners of his Tidal streaming service for allegedly inflating subscriber figures, in the latest twist to the company's uneven relaunch.
 
Fiddler Charlie Daniels, singer Randy Travis, and producer and label owner Fred Foster are joining the Country Music Hall of Fame.
 
Bandmate plans tribute to keyboard great Keith Emerson
Pioneering synthesizer player Keith Emerson, who killed himself earlier this month, will be honored with a multimedia tribute show in Miami, former bandmate Carl Palmer announced Monday.
 
Fifteen years after leaving Smashing Pumpkins, guitarist James Iha has rejoined the alternative rock icons to perform songs from the classic 1993 album "Siamese Dream."
 
Rap superstar Kanye West is showing his religious side by releasing a prayer in the form of a Gospel track to celebrate Easter.
 
Johnny Hallyday brings musical solace to grieving Brussels
French rocker Johnny Hallyday's decision to press ahead with his concert in Brussels on Saturday despite security concerns was met with a deafening roar of approval from fans seeking respite from a traumatic week.
 
Three world-renowned violinists -- Joshua Bell, Maxim Vengerov, and Gil Shaham -- will be performing in Taipei in the next few months, according to the Management of New Arts (MNA), which is promoting the shows.
 
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