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Musician Schneider wins five categories at 2016 Jazz Awards
It's the year of the woman at the 2016 Jazz Awards with Maria Schneider becoming the first artist ever to sweep five categories.
 
Drake ruled the U.S. album sales chart for a second straight week Sunday as the rap star who has smashed streaming records fended off challenges from Beyonce and Radiohead.
 
Prince guitar to be sold at Beverly Hills auction
A bright yellow, uniquely shaped guitar used by Prince to perform such tunes as "Cream" and "Gett Off" is going up for auction.
 
Russian lawmakers on Sunday lashed out at arch-rival Ukraine's "political" victory in the Eurovision song contest, as pro-Kremlin media insisted Moscow's entrant was robbed.
 
The Stone Roses, who won overwhelming acclaim for their 1989 debut album before becoming legendary for their struggles following it up, re-emerged Thursday with their first song in 22 years.
 
When it comes to electronic dance music, where my girls at?
David Guetta, Diplo, Avicii and Calvin Harris are holding fast as the kings of the clubs, with women still a rarity among popular electronic dance DJ-producers.
 
The Golden Melody Awards, credited as being the most celebrated music awards in the global Chinese community, unveiled the nominees for the upcoming awards ceremony on Friday.
 
In an ideal world, the Eurovision Song Contest would be all about music and cross-border camaraderie. In reality, delicate diplomacy is essential to prevent politics from spilling into the annual glitz fest.
 
Duel between Russia & Ukraine marks 60 years of Eurovision
Will it be a fierce musical duel between geopolitical foes Russia and Ukraine? Or is it at last France's turn to melt hearts -- albeit singing in English -- at the Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm on Saturday?
 
James Taylor to donate money to fire-ravaged Fort McMurray
James Taylor is using his music to help people evacuated from a huge wildfire in Canada.
 
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