After the Eagles, he helped define the Miami Vice sound.
After a year in which musicians got unusual crossover attention, the New York City Winter Jazzfest forecasts a year of innovation, vitality, and diffusion.
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He used his creativity and the power of silence to set the terms of his exit, and not for the first time.
Mysterious and gorgeous, his 25th album obsesses over ego.
“Facts” has him returning to the hip-hop fray after a year of ignoring it.
The Motörhead frontman had been battling an aggressive form of cancer. He was 70 years old.
No one is quite sure what the most rewritable holiday song means.
We’re talking expansive adoration, not cute-puppy adorable.
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The song, one of the “Great Four” Anglican hymns, now has a life outside the church.
Mariah Carey, the great philosopher of love in our time
Allegations against the singer are making headlines again. But 2015 has shown how little headlines sometimes matter.
The song popularized by Judy Garland in Meet Me in St. Louis captures the bittersweet nostalgia many feel around this time of year.
The 50-year-old song from “A Charlie Brown Christmas” is here to stay.
The song’s message of peace helped bring about the Christmas Truce during World War I.
Before technology allowed songs to play all over the world, they were distinct from place to place.
Breakups can happen anytime. But holiday breakups are special.
The lyrics, written by Christina Rossetti and set to music by Gustav Holst, imagine a child being born in a desolate climate.
The Christmas carol’s charm is in its humility.