Between all of the amazing events announced in the Bay Area in recent months, it’s beginning to get a little tough to keep track of each music festival coming our way.
Think music was better back in the day? Of course, you do. A study says it’s
because you stopped listening to new music at 33.
Lionel Hampton was a jazz bandleader and “king of the vibraphone” for half a century. But when a five-alarm fire ripped through his Manhattan apartment in 1997, the 83-year-old lost everything, including his prized symphony.
Christina Aguilera and Rascal Flatts teamed up for the first of two big collaborations on the ACM Awards that connected pop and country Sunday night.
Parents turn grief into giving, helping music in the schools, organ donation, and the poor from Oakland to Angola.
A look at five of the best upcoming music festivals from across the country…
Pet owners might have their own ideas about their animals interests, which can include types of music. But there’s actually a study on what felines really consider easy listening.
For anyone who’s ever dreamed of being on “American Idol” or “The Voice” as a performer or judge, a new app seeks to make their fantasy come true.
Metallica could be in some dire times financially, at least according to their biographers.
A North Bay musician fills his calendar with work for his own band and producing music for top recording artists. But this week’s Jefferson Award winner still makes time to share his art with local kids.