Lou Reed, a New York-based rock musician who co-founded the Velvet Underground and wrote and sang “Walk on the Wild Side,” has died. He was 71.
Haim’s debut album, released after months of hope and hype, isn’t quite what we expected.
Carlos Acosta’s Latin extravaganza, Australian bush-ranger Ned Kelly, Sheridan Smith and Laura Mvula are our choices for London this weekend.
Cheers built as Alt-J’s keyboardist, Gus Unger-Hamilton, played the opening notes to “Intro” from the striking debut album “An Awesome Wave.”
Muse picks for the weekend:
Jessie Ware and Laura Mvula are two new British soul singers with claims to a place in your record collection and life.
“How you doin’?” Cyndi Lauper asked the crowd at New Jersey’s Center for Performing Arts Sunday night in Newark.
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.
Biogen Idec Inc., the fourth- largest U.S. biotechnology company by market value, won a U.S. patent that may guard its experimental multiple sclerosis pill from generic competition for eight more years than anticipated.
Tonight, the Music Hall of Williamsburg will be filled with the gloriously melodic pop of Local Natives.