Orchestras are now whiter, older and more male than are workplaces as a whole, and so is their music, and their audience.
The singer knows only one way to make music — with a guitar and an honesty that cuts right to the listener’s soul.
“Liberation” has a wide range of styles and sounds, but it’s also masterfully cohesive.
What a sense of Chicago history there was in Orchestra Hall on Thursday.
After surgery to remove a 6.6-pound tumor, Johnson announced in 2014 he was cancer-free.
The trio of Quavo, Offset and Takeoff will earn the honor on June 21 in Los Angeles at its 31st annual Rhythm & Soul Music Awards.
The record is a contemporary cover collection of Rat Pack-era jazz tributes, swing and big band staples and rhythm and blues footnotes.
His Latin jazz-infused rendition, the first one personalized by a pop artist, took the national anthem for the first time to the Top 40 charts.
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Fontana rose from strip joints in his native Shreveport, Louisiana to the heights of musical history as Presley’s first and longtime drummer.
Jazz pianist and composer Ghalib Ghallab, a favorite at Chicago clubs and in Las Vegas, died Tuesday of cancer, his wife said. He was 67.
The singer-songwriter says new album “Part of the Light” responds to a culture in an unhealthy place.
“It’s really important to me to have access to the natural world,” says the musician, who performs Sunday at City Winery.
Over four decades, the Australian virtuoso has made his mark as both session player and solo artist.
Get to know Chicago’s Hyde Park – for the first time or all over again. It’s one of the most unique neighborhoods in the city.