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Watch A Tenacious Wordsmith Hits It Big In Nashville
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 Classical Crib Sheet: Top 5 Stories This Week
Read Beyoncé On Lip-Syncing: 'I Did Not Feel Comfortable Taking A Risk'
January 31, 2013 – Beyoncé finally put an end to all the talk surrounding her inaugural performance.
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.
Watch All The Singular Ladies: 6 Women At The Cutting Edge Of R&B
January 30, 2013 – In 2013, women are poised to take the mantle of progressive R&B. Here are a few worth watching.
Read Butch Morris, Jazz Bandleader And Conductor, Dies
Read Rising Postal Rates Squeeze Small Record Labels
Watch Leroy 'Sugarfoot' Bonner, Frontman Of The Ohio Players, Dies
January 28, 2013 – The funk band had seven top forty hits in the 1970s.
Read Antigua: Land Of Sun, Sand, And Super Cheap Downloads
January 28, 2013 – As part of a trade dispute, the island nation won the right to use U.S. intellectual property.
Read 25 Years Strong, 'Phantom Of The Opera' Kills And Kills Again
January 27, 2013 – Phantom on Saturday became the first show in Broadway history to run for a quarter century.
Watch The Composer Who Tested Fighter Planes And Partied With Sinatra
January 26, 2013 – A cool ladies' man with a shaved head, Jimmy Van Heusen wrote dozens of hits and won four Oscars.
Watch New Opera Gets Benefit Of The 'Doubt'
Read Honoring 'Our Will To Live': The Lost Music Of The Holocaust
January 25, 2013 – An Italian musicologist is resurrecting works written in World War II camps.