See what’s happening among “The Ungovernables,” about 50 young artists who are part of the New Museum’s 2012 Triennial, many of whom have never been shown in this city.
Bobby “Blue” Bland, a singer who brought together the blues and balladry in hit singles such as “Farther Up the Road” and “Turn on Your Love Light,” has died. He was 83.
Clarence Clemons, the saxophonist known as the “Big Man” who had been a featured performer with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band since the 1970s, has died. He was 69.
Don Cornelius, the creator and host of “Soul Train,” the television show that brought R&B music and the moves of young black dancers to a U.S. audience, has died in an apparent suicide. He was 75.
Her first name is Adele, and she’s the latest British soul singer to try to conquer the U.S.
The cause of death of Whitney Houston, the pop-soul diva whose record-setting career fell victim to substance abuse and a turbulent marriage, won’t be known for weeks.
A G-rated version of blues singer Janis Joplin isn’t exactly the tribute anyone might have expected for the star who died at 27 of a heroin overdose in 1970.
The National Museum of Women in the Arts held its 25th anniversary fall benefit last night, and the usual rules of gala attire didn’t apply.