This is a glimpse into what we're thinking and the soundtrack to those thoughts.
The 2018 Grammys were enjoyable, but nothing ground-breaking, writes Amelia Mason.
Mars won two of three biggest awards Sunday — record of the year for “24K Magic” and song of the year for “That’s What I Like” — on Sunday at...
Hillary Clinton made a surprise appearance. In a pre-taped skit, host James Corden “auditioned” celebrities including former Trump opponent Clinton to read passages from Michael Wolff’s best-seller, “Fire and Fury.”
The pop star was joined by Cyndi Lauper, Camila Cabello, Julia Michaels, Andra Day and Bebe Rexha for her Grammy-nominated song, “Praying,” on Sunday at Madison Square Garden in New...
The setup this year is less sensational than last, when Adele and Beyoncé went head-to-head, but there is still plenty to gawk at and argue over — not least of...
“I found out I was pregnant when I got arrested,” Caitlin Gillespie remembers. The Lullaby Project helps mothers-to-be struggling with homelessness and drug addiction connect with their babies.
As part of the Celebrity Series of Boston, Denk, who is “extraordinarily articulate as both a musician and a writer, is joining forces with one of our most eloquent and...
Jay Hale's "Get Off the Ramp! 22 Years of Photography at The Middle East" runs through Jan. 31.
He's been a full-time Americana rocker for more than four decades -- first in the San Francisco punk band The Nuns, then the cow-punk band Rank & File and the...
O’Riordan asserted her voice as more than a delivery system for the music that men got to make. That voice, writes critic Amelia Mason, definitely had something to say.
The touring show, which includes the Newton-born Kelly McIntyre as Janis Joplin, shows how she became a reference point for not just the music, but the culture of that time....
"In the day and age of controversial legislation ... I think this is something that everyone can get behind,” said state Sen. Patrick O'Connor.
“When you when you walk around with Seiji Ozawa in Japan, it's like, you know, the heyday of Michael Jordan,” says BSO managing director Mark Volpe.
The music fest runs from Friday, May 25 to Sunday, May 27, and includes more than 50 musicians and comedians.
For starters, another Grammy, and then Musical America magazine named him artist of the year.
Wonderful musical events were almost overshadowed by painful news items -- notably James Levine's fall from grace -- writes critic Lloyd Schwartz.
Critic Amelia Mason tells us about five local musicians who left a lasting impression on her over the course of the year.
From the classic New Year’s Eve song to Christmas and Hanukkah classics, the rootsy Mexican-American band will be bringing an electric show and a roster of over 100 ready-to-play songs.
On Thursday, a report from the Associated Press detailed allegations from four women in cities around the U.S. about incidents that occurred between 1985 and 2010.