Music Articles archive
Watch Listening To My Bloody Valentine Three Ways
Read Does Classical Music Have A Transgender Problem?
Watch Remembering Karen Carpenter, 30 Years Later
Read Yo La Tengo: Decades In And Far From Fading
Read The Roots Of Beyonce's Super Bowl Spectacular
Watch A Tenacious Wordsmith Hits It Big In Nashville
Read Kris Kristofferson On Writing For — And Outliving — His Idols
February 3, 2013 – The legendary songwriter is still performing at 76. His latest album is called Feeling Mortal.
Read From A Land Where Music Was Banned — To Carnegie Hall
February 3, 2013 – Young Afghans will be performing at some of the most prestigious venues in the U.S.
Read Wayne Shorter On Jazz: 'How Do You Rehearse The Unknown?'
February 2, 2013 – The 79-year-old saxophonist and composer discusses his new album Without a Net.
Watch Treasures In The Attic: Finding A Jazz Master's Lost Orchestral Music
February 2, 2013 – Conductor Marin Alsop retraces her steps in uncovering symphonic work of James P. Johnson.
Read 'Sound City': Music And Memories In An L.A. Landmark
January 31, 2013 – Dave Grohl lights up a famed L.A. studio for one last session in the documentary Sound City.
Read A 'Special Edition' Box Set Of Jack DeJohnette And Band
January 31, 2013 – A new four-CD box set highlights the music of the jazz keyboardist and drummer.
Read Ben Harper And Charlie Musselwhite Get Muddy
Watch Patty Andrews, Leader Of The Andrews Sisters, Dies
January 31, 2013 – The youngest of the boogie-woogie sibling act, Andrews was 94 years old.
Read Remembering Butch Morris, The Man Who Conducted Improvisation
January 30, 2013 – With a wide variety of musicians, he pioneered a system of spontaneous arranging called Conduction.