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Saturday, January 9, 2016
South Korea tries to get under the skin of its archrival with border broadcasts that feature not only criticism of North Korea's nuclear program, troubled economy and human rights abuses, but also a unique homegrown weapon: K-pop.
German police Thursday said they managed to locate and return a Stradivarius violin worth millions to a young musician who forgot it on a train.
Friday, January 8, 2016
Hollywood composer Zimmer to play live despite fear
Realizing a long-held dream, German Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer is to perform live on stage his scores from blockbusting films including "The Lion King," "Rain Man" and "Gladiator."
The rapid growth of streaming and the sensational success of Adele triggered a rebound of overall music consumption last year in the United States and Britain, industry trackers said Wednesday.
The Singapore leg of pop superstar Madonna's global Rebel Heart Tour has been restricted to fans aged 18 and above, the concert's local coordinator said Wednesday.
Thursday, January 7, 2016
World-renowned conductor-composer Pierre Boulez, considered one of the most influential voices in contemporary classical music, has died aged 90, his family said on Wednesday.
Wednesday, January 6, 2016
Guns N' Roses to reunite at April Coachella festival
Guns N' Roses and LCD Soundsystem, two of the most influential bands in recent decades, will both get back together for the Coachella music festival in April.
Monday, January 4, 2016
French singer Michel Delpech, whose songs "Chez Laurette" and "Quand j'etais chanteur" helped capture the mood of the 1960s and 1970s, died on Saturday. He was 69.
Sunday, January 3, 2016
Remembering Natalie Cole, master of many styles
She began as a 1970s soul singer hyped as the next Aretha Franklin and peaked in the 1990s as an old-fashioned stylist and time-defying duet partner to her late father, Nat "King" Cole.
Saturday, January 2, 2016
Music hasn't changed, China has: Cui Jian
Mainland China's godfather of rock Cui Jian says his basic message of personal freedom hasn't changed in his new album, even if the world has.
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