The Rolling Stones have been rocking together for a half century but the legendary tensions between Keith Richards and Mick Jagger look to be very much alive.
British folk-pop phenomenon Ed Sheeran on Monday was named the best-selling artist in the world in 2017 by the global recorded music industry group IFPI.
Noted French jazz violinist Didier Lockwood, a disciple of the late Stephane Grappelli, has died of a heart attack in Paris, his agent said.
Bolivia Oruro Carnival got under way Saturday with stunning costumes and parades, though the mood was dampened by the loss of 17 people killed in flooding and 8,200 families left homeless by heavy rains since November.
Inside a giant igloo in a snowy Norwegian village, the sound of a horn rings out, warming the mood of a freezing audience, huddled together in -24 Celsius.
Like most youngsters in Nairobi’s largest slum, Henry Ohanga grew up believing he would never amount to anything.
After a tumultuous political year, the Grammys took a stand for the rights of women and immigrants — but the top awards went to a singer whose mind is on sex, booze and parties.
German Jewish guitarist Coco Schumann, who had a more than seven-decade-long career in swing and jazz music and survived several Nazi concentration camps, has died aged 93, his music label said Monday.
Bruno Mars, que resucitó el funk, dio una sorpresa al arrasar el domingo en unos Grammy que recompensaron sus canciones fiesteras y desairaron a “Despacito” y al hip hop.
Sarajevo “no es solo el nombre de una ciudad”, afirma el compositor Goran Bregovic. Es un lugar donde la convivencia estalla cuando tu “buen vecino” de repente “te dispara porque eres de otra religión”.