Howard "Flagga" Duperly, DJ and host of "The Reggae Ride" on WDNA in Miami, shares some global reggae music he's been listening to this summer.
Judy Craymer conceived the idea of a musical based on ABBA songs, and produced the original stage production as well as both "Mamma Mia!" movies.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson turns up the summer jams with KCRW DJ Eric J. Lawrence, with tracks from The Essex Green, Gary U.S. Bonds and more.
Whitney Houston's life was "a pure tragedy, in the Greek or the Shakespearean sense," says the director of the documentary "Whitney."
The Hicks family has been credited with single-handedly preserving folk songs that otherwise would have vanished.
Leo Sarkisian traveled to places few Westerners went, and recorded local music most people had never heard.
In the new documentary "The King," writer-director Eugene Jarecki takes Elvis Presley's 1963 Rolls-Royce on a ride across the country.
Ayana Contreras does not play new vinyl records — she's only into those forgotten sounds that crackle and pop.
"We wanted to share with people the glory of the sound of the banjo, at least from our perspective," Washburn tells Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd.
Michael Ford has started free architecture camps that teach disadvantaged kids about design and urban planning through the lens of hip-hop.
KCRW DJ Raul Campos brings his latest favorites, including songs from artists Gorillaz, Bob Moses and Buddy.
As we approach Father's Day, WCPN ideastream's David C. Barnett reports that the generational musical divide may not be as wide as you'd probably think.
For DJs John and Heidi Small, the 1980s was a decade of glowing, positive pop music.
Gordon, one of jazz music's female pioneers, died Saturday at the age of 95.
The indie group shot up the charts in 1993 and was in heavy rotation on radio and MTV.
KCRW DJ Anthony Valadez joins Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson to take a listen to songs by Puma Blue, Ric Wilson and Bardo Martinez.
For most people, "early music" means Beethoven, Bach and Debussy. But scholar Angela Mariani is interested in what came before.
Musgrave was born in Scotland 90 years ago this Sunday — and she's still composing.
Bo Leibowitz, DJ of the KCRW show "Strictly Jazz," shares the music he's been listening to, including singer Melody Gardot and archival tracks from Miles Davis and John Coltrane.
In order to explore the relationship between the composer and the starling he adopted, author and naturalist Lyanda Lynn Haupt adopted one of her own.