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Kacey Musgraves spreads holiday cheer at the National Theatre.

After a lifetime in the spotlight, the superstar still wants her mom.

Sorry, Trump fans. Rapper Mac Miller will not be performing his 2011 hit “Donald Trump” at the Fillmore on Tuesday … or perhaps ever again.

"I want to give the audience the opportunity to not only play with the band but to play the band," Gordon says.

"Eternally Even" is James' darkest and most experimental work yet.

After playing with Chris Robinson Brotherhood on Sunday, Casal will lead Circles Around the Sun's second-ever show on Tuesday.

"Heart Like a Levee" often finds Taylor at his bleakest, lyrically, but the words are couched in sunny, rootsy folk rock.

Grab tickets to these shows before they sell out!

How the rocker made the transition to composing for an orchestra, leaving out the lyrics, and performing for quieter audiences.

The rootsy singer-songwriter celebrates the release of "Dust to Gold" at Gypsy Sally's on Friday.

Refocused after a long break, singer Maxwell knows what he wants out of music and life.

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Grab tickets to these concerts before they sell out!

We chatted with incoming music director Gianandrea Noseda about the Kennedy Center's acoustics, his upcoming concerts and where he might like to live in D.C.

The things she’s singing about are complex, so she’s put a lot of thought into them.

R&B trio KING highlights this week's must-see concerts.

The singer wrote and recorded the entire album shortly before giving birth to her first child.

The pair of concerts — featuring Alison Krauss, Jamey Johnson, the Avett Brothers and more — are timed to coincide with Friday’s release of the first “Dear Jerry” concert on CD.

For someone whose music can be so heartbreaking, Adele sure seems to have a lot of fun in concert.

Breezy Chicago rockers Whitney and genre-pushing country singer Sturgill Simpson bookend this week's must-see shows.

This year, the New Orleans guitarist has put out two solo records: March’s “Spacedust & Ocean Views” and July’s surprise release, “Flower Box.”

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