Trumpet player Wayne Jackson, who played standout horn lines on rock 'n' roll, soul, R&B and pop mainstays along with Memphis Horns partner and tenor saxophonist Andrew Love, has died. He was 74.
Performing Puccini to a rapt New York audience, her soprano voice soaring to the rafters, Lubana al-Quntar may be the last person most Americans would think to be a Syrian refugee.
Madonna has turned to them for a little stage magic. So have Muse and Nine Inch Nails. In search of their own visual bang, companies as different as Chevy, Cirque du Soleil, Royal Caribbean and Oakley have sought them out.
Gigi Hadid poses for photographs on the red carpet during the Much Music Video Awards in Toronto on Sunday, June 19. Coleman Hell performs on the red carpet during the Much Music Video Awards in Toronto on Sunday. Jessica Matten poses for photographs on the red carpet during the Much Music Video Awards in Toronto on Sunday.
Mumford & Sons' new five-song EP is a tonal and rhythmic departure from the band's past three albums. Written with Senegalese singer Baaba Maal, Malawian group The Very Best and South African band Beatenberg, "Johannesburg" blends Mumford's folk sounds with African rhythms and instruments with rich results.
Anthony D'Amato's work has been compared to Bruce Springsteen, Simon & Garfunkel and early Bob Dylan, and while those are lofty invocations -- and there's really only one early Dylan -- the comparisons have some validity.
Streaming-only tracks from services such as Apple Music and Spotify will be considered for next year's Grammy Awards for the first time, organizers announced on Thursday.
Band of Horses, "Why Are You OK" (Interscope Records)
Elton John, Ricky Martin and Melissa Etheridge are among the gay artists using their voices to respond to the mass shooting at a Florida nightclub.
A scheduled performance in the southeastern Chinese city of Guangzhou by a Taiwanese children's choir has been canceled, after the choir sang the national anthem of the Republic of China at the inauguration of President Tsai Ing-wen on May 20.