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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.
Edwin Sumpter's story touches nerves about race and the legacy of public spaces around Boston. It shows us how collective memory is passed down through generations, about our perceptions of...
Folk singer and indie rocker Haley Heynderickx is riding a wave of positive reception to her debut album, "I Need to Start a Garden."
"I’m more than just an emcee, I’m more than just whatever box people want to put me in," says the Boston-based artist.
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.
Our panel whittled the field down to 16 finalists. Watch their entries and vote for your favorite.
KCRW DJ Anthony Valadez joins Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson to take a listen to songs by Puma Blue, Ric Wilson and Bardo Martinez.
With ABBA announcing a hologram tour for 2019 and the late Roy Orbison having already toured the U.K. as a hologram, we take a look at the new trend in...
Forget Symphony Hall. The best classical music in the summer happens in barns, churches, under tents and on the lawn.
Plus, the MFA kicks off Pride Week early with events all weekend and ArtsEmerson brings "Cold Blood" to the Cutler Majestic.
For most people, "early music" means Beethoven, Bach and Debussy. But scholar Angela Mariani is interested in what came before.
Doughnuts. Tater tots. Oysters on the half shell. Ramen? Yes, ramen!
To commemorate the birth of this musical legend, the Pops are presenting a complete concert version of his first musical featuring a cast of Broadway pros conducted by Keith Lockhart.
Now in its fifth year (but ninth iteration), the festival is hitting a stride in its new home at the Harvard Athletic Complex in Allston.
Musgrave was born in Scotland 90 years ago this Sunday — and she's still composing.
The indie darling rock band Belly has its first album out in 23 years. The group shot up in the charts in 1993 and was in heavy rotation on radio...
We’re going to the prom. The corsages endure, but a lot has changed. Shall we dance?
We just made your road trips so much better. This nearly 90 minute playlist features your favorite Circle Round stories about magic!