Rob Bamberger, longtime host of “Hot Jazz Saturday Night” on WAMU, brings us sounds from Jelly Roll Morton to Artie Shaw.
The archives of Plain Dealer music writer Jane Scott are being organized and digitized at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
The J. Geils Band frontman will be inducting the band into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this weekend in Cleveland.
The Latvian conductor took over as musical director of the BSO in 2013. Since then, he and the orchestra have released their first album.
Michael Powers is a blues guitarist and vocalist who has made his professional home at Terra Blues.
R&B and jazz singer Ledisi portrayed gospel legend Mahalia Jackson in the movie “Selma.” She’s out with a new album, “Intimate Truth.”
One of the country’s most sought-after choreographers has teamed up with Shepard Fairey, one the country’s most famous street artists.
The composer of operas, film scores and symphonies is out with curiously-titled memoir, “Words Without Music.”
Colett Welch, host of “Ho’onanea” on KKCR community radio in Hanalei, Hawaii, shares some of her favorite Hawaiian music.
Deke Sharon is the vocal producer behind the TV show “The Sing-Off” and the movies “Pitch Perfect” and “Pitch Perfect 2.”
Renowned cellist Maya Beiser is playing an instrument that’s nearly as intense as she is: an electric cello enhanced with LED lights.
The hip-hop mogul says the majority of the company he bought – a subscription music streaming service – will be owned by artists.
KCRW’s Anthony Valadez shares new jazz and rap selections, including Kamasi Washington (pictured) and DJ Khalab.
Once a back up singer to the Rolling Stones and Tina Turner, Lisa Fischer is now back on the road as the star.
Peter Van de Graaf shares some of his favorites, from the late German tenor Fritz Wunderlich to American soprano Renee Fleming.