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Host Jeremy Hobson talks to one of the musicians who has been inspired by the Grand Canyon, Clare Hoffman.
A recent California jury decision in a copyright infringement lawsuit has many in the music world worried.
Grammy-winning country artist Vince Gill talks about his new album "Okie."
The ARTery's Massachusetts Favorite Of The Tiny Desk Concert -- 'Frances Forever' on Aug. 23
Director Gurinder Chadha’s film follows a second-generation Pakistani teen whose obsession with Bruce Springsteen helps him find his voice during the dark days of Thatcher’s England.
Take a listen to our picks. Then, make sure to come to WBUR's CitySpace on Aug. 23 to hear this year's local favorite, Frances Forever, perform
Women of country music are raising their voices against the old boys’ network in Nashville they say discriminates against them.
Verónica Dávila and Marisol LeBrón discuss the music that became fuel for the protests in Puerto Rico.
The Boston rapper is writing a new ending for "gay, masculine, thick, black" women like her on her sophomore album, "Cleo," coming out this month.
Here & Now plays some of the music from vigils held over the weekend in the grieving communities.
Songs like Lizzo's "Truth Hurts" and Alanis Morissette's "You Oughta Know" acknowledge that love can be messy, ugly and painful. And naming the pain can feel like liberation, writes Joanna...
Fifty years ago this week, Elvis revived his career and reinvented the Vegas show when he took to the stage on the Strip.
DJ Jason Kramer of KCRW in Santa Monica plays us some of his favorite music right now.
Can a culture own an instrument? Or stake a claim on a style of music? Folk singer Rhiannon Giddens says no. She joins us.
Summer heat and humidity continue for a third day in a row.
Singer-songwriter Ben Folds talks about his new memoir, "A Dream About Lightning Bugs: A Life of Music and Cheap Lessons."
WBUR's Jerome Campbell joined Morning Editon from federal court to recap the trial and testimony so far.
Frances Forever's submission, “Space Girl,” has all the ingredients to a great song: an indelible melody, an original conceit, lyrics that hang together.
'Bohemian Rhapsody' and 'Rocketman' have made millions at the box office. Aretha Franklin and Judy Garland are also getting the movie treatment.
Since forming in 2013, Boston slow rock trio Horse Jumper of Love has built its foundation on a form of patience rarely found (or demanded) in most contemporary indie rock....