Muse picks for the weekend:
The first man on the moon, the first U.S. woman in space and the first black Federal Reserve member were among the notable deaths in 2012.
Record companies are on the hunt for women stars. Adele, Taylor Swift, Lana Del Rey and Pink have been outselling many of their male counterparts.
It’s a bright, clear day as I pull into the parking lot of an antique shop in Upstate New York. I’m in a new 2013 Mercedes-Benz SL roadster.
These days, Grace Slick is painting white rabbits instead of singing about them.
In “Passione,” John Turturro’s musical tribute to Naples, singers and dancers perform on balconies, beaches, mountains and street corners.
Etta James, the versatile vocalist who brought emotional intensity to songs such as “At Last” and influenced performers from Janis Joplin to Christina Aguilera during a six-decade career, has died. She was 73.
Richie Havens, the New York City folk singer thrust by circumstance onto center stage as the opening act of Woodstock, the legendary 1969 music festival, has died. He was 72.
Things were going badly for the Doors, packed into a tiny Hollywood rehearsal room.
Musicians paid tribute to Amy Winehouse, the singer and songwriter who has died aged 27.