Jamaican singer and record producer Lee "Scratch" Perry, considered one of reggae's founding fathers, died on Sunday. He was 85.
Here's a look at the best country albums of all time, according to Billboard’s Greatest of All Time Country Albums list.
The Borderland Music + Arts Festival has joined a growing list of venues, concerts and festivals that will require full vaccination or proof of a negative Covid-19 test for entry.
Operators of the Town Ballroom on Main Street announced in a tweet on Friday that there will be new Covid-19 safety protocols in place when the venue reopens on Sept. 10.
The Sun Ra Arkestra will bring the well-curated chaos and massive songbook crafted by its namesake to Asbury Hall.
Mick Jagger, the legendary rock band's frontman, posted a photo on Twitter of a smiling Watts seated behind a drum.
Spencer Elden, now 30, has spent his entire life in the public eye, and his feelings have evolved on the album cover, where he is pictured naked in a pool.
On August 24, Watts' publicist confirmed the news.
Artists and venues have decided that using an honor system for patrons is too risky and are instead taking responsibility for slowing spread of Covid-19.
Phoebe Bridgers will perform Sept. 15 at Artpark in a concert that will only allow vaccinated ticket holders.
Don Everly, the last surviving member of the Everly Brothers, died Saturday. He was 84. Here are some photos of him over the years.
Don Everly, the last surviving member of the Everly Brothers and an inaugural inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, died Saturday. He was 84.
This summer was starting to look like a bounce-back for the live entertainment industry. But now, red flags have appeared.
“It used to be that our differences were what made us unique, diverse and strong. But now, our differences are markers,” Campbell says.
In a statement to USA Today, a spokesperson for Dylan said Monday that "the 56-year-old claim is untrue and will be vigorously defended."
"If you didn’t know better, you’d be forgiven for thinking that we were living in the relatively carefree August of 2019, rather than enduring a prolonged pandemic in 2021," writes Jeff Miers.
Nanci Griffith, the Grammy-winning folk singer-songwriter from Texas, has died. She was 68.
Nanci Griffith, the Grammy-winning folk singer-songwriter from Texas whose songs like "Love at the Five and Dime" celebrated the South, has died at 68.
A music pavilion on the Outer Harbor for concerts and other events has become the planned successor to Canalside, although a lawsuit and some political opposition aim to keep that from happening.
Canceled concerts. Proof of vaccination or negative test for entry. The live music business is trying to make the most of it as the delta variant wreaks havoc.