‘The Harry Smith B-Sides,’ a companion piece to the curator’s 1952 collection, shows a darker side than the original.
The nation took drastic efforts to wipe out the virus, and bands and fans are among those reaping the benefits.
A Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young reunion isn’t happening now, the musician says, but he won’t rule it out in the future.
A founding member of the Philip Glass Ensemble, he left a body of music that defies easy categorization.
Live concerts are coming back, but they feel a little different due to coronavirus restrictions.
Artists and organizations are moving forward with interesting streaming (and live) offerings.
With “Serpentine Prison,” his first solo outing, the National frontman “just wanted a Matt Berninger record, you know?”
“I am very hard on myself when I’m working because it’s inch by inch.”
21 Savage and Metro Boomin follow up their 2016 smash with an album that is built primarily to boost its own legend.
In memorializing Van Halen, we should remember his full range as an artist.
The D.C. jazz scene, one of the most respected in the country, has been challenged by the coronavirus pandemic.
Kennedy Center’s On Stage at the Opera House series brings together key players and a limited audience.
“Frank Sinatra was no different than anyone else. He loved having hit records,” says the legendary producer.
The D.C.-based musician releases his debut album, “Live Forever,” on Oct. 2.
For much of the past two decades, Heidecker has engineered a comedic multiverse with ridiculous friends, their orbit teeming with so many in-jokes, origin myths and recurring characters that tracking them would require a field guide.
Hearing his music can kindle a glimmer of hope for our grim future.
A silenced season at Lincoln Center sounds an uncertain note for the opera world at large.
From Rico Nasty, James K. Fonlon, Breezy Supreme and more.
Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Ellen Reid lets listeners lead the way in her new GPS-enabled composition.
The rapper’s ‘From King to a GOD’ is the latest album to mark Buffalo as an unlikely hip-hop location of note.