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Dakota flute-maker, player earns top folk honor
There was a time when Bryan Akipa knew nothing of flutes. But that was long ago, before the budding artist stumbled across a wooden mallard-head flute in the studio of his mentor, sparking a fascination that led to a career in both making and playing the distinctive Dakota flutes.
New York's underground music scene
A man plays the guitar while riding on a New York subway, Friday, Sept. 9.
Hip-hop collective Dungeon Family reuniting at festival
The legendary Dungeon Family music collective, which birthed a generation of hip-hop stars, is reuniting on stage Saturday for the first time in a decade, and they're not looking to stop there.
Rockers Coldplay will play their first-ever show in India in a free performance as the anti-poverty Global Citizen Festival on Friday announced an expansion.
Kanye West performs at New York Fashion Week party
Kanye West brought his "Saint Pablo Tour" to the small stage at a New York Fashion Week party, where he performed under smoky, dark lights, and ended his set with some outspoken words, per usual.
Tenor Johan Botha, whose light but muscular voice dazzled audiences at the world's top operatic stages in a wide range of roles, died Thursday in Vienna. He was 51.
Review: M.I.A.'s new album 'AIM' is a messy, thrilling ride
M.I.A., the world-beat rapper and enemy of confection pop, has never gone in only one direction. So it's kind of weirdly fitting that on her latest album she's joined by someone few expected -- a onetime member of One Direction.
Review: Macy Gray returns to jazz, covers Marley, Metallica
Macy Gray reinterprets some of her hits with a jazz combo on "Stripped," seasoned with a few new songs and Bob Marley and Metallica covers.
A free outdoor concert featuring local and foreign artistes will be staged in Taipei this weekend to commemorate late Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, who lost his life in 2002 while on assignment in Pakistan, and to mark the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the United States.
Daniel Pearl World Music Days kicks off
The longest running outdoor concert in Taipei continues this Saturday, Sept. 10, offering two musical stages, food vendors, local NGOs, a vinyl-DJ stage and craft items for sale. The event is free and open to the general public.
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