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Mr. Collings’s company made guitars for Keith Richards, Pete Townshend, Joni Mitchell, Eddie Van Halen, Paul Simon, Lou Reed, Bill Frisell and Emmylou Harris.
They are known in punk rock circles as simply Dennis and Lois, two superfans who are still going to concerts and shows, and bonding with the bands.
A jury awarded the producer $9.4 million, finding he was owed royalties for the use of music in the film “This Is It” and two Cirque du Soleil shows.
President Nicolás Maduro drew condemnation from the song’s creators after using a version of their tune at a political rally.
The Irish playwright Conor McPherson weaves an American tale of nomads out of the Bob Dylan songbook in this play at the Old Vic Theater in London.
The band’s new album glitters with pop allusions, but when the balance between earnestness and exhilaration slips, it becomes slighter than earlier works.
Ms. Spalding, a singer and bassist, is making her sixth record during a marathon 77-hour writing and recording session that she will stream live online.
For its opening night, the Mostly Mozart festival offered a program of symphony and song featuring the Young People’s Chorus of New York.
The drummer expands on his recent release, “Kinfolk: Postcards From Everywhere,” which combines intricate percussion with oral history.
A Little Night Music, the popular series of late-night, hourlong programs, returns to the elegant and intimate Kaplan Penthouse at Lincoln Center.
The blind, largely self-taught musician produced the best-selling Indigenous album in Australian history and played in concert halls around the world.
Ms. Sinatra, who was married to Frank Sinatra from 1976 until his death in 1998, founded a nonprofit center in California to help abused children.
Two companies are in a race to corner the market on T-shirts branded with celebrities of the moment, such as the Weeknd, Lady Gaga and ASAP Rocky.
Just days before the drummer Stanton Moore was set to make a new album, he heard that Toussaint had died. The recording sessions turned into a celebration of Toussaint’s music.
Barrie Kosky banned Wagner from his opera house. Now he’s confronting his most nationalistic work — as the first Jewish director in the Bayreuth Festival’s 141-year history.
Rap albums captured the first five slots on this week’s Billboard album chart, largely thanks to streaming.
John Zorn, Tanya Tagaq and Black Coffee will be among the musicians performing for this nonprofit organization’s season.
Hear 13 of the week's most important new tracks from Romeo Santos, Chance the Rapper, PVRIS and more.
Gillian Moore, the director of music at the Southbank Center in London, focuses on what is closest to her heart.
It’s the 450th anniversary of the birth of Claudio Monteverdi, the composer who brought human emotions into music.
The crowds and fervor make one of the world’s largest classical musics festival feel like a pop festival.
The much-in-demand composer Mason Bates and the librettist Mark Campbell have given Jobs’s thorny life a sappier, more stale arc.
The statue was denounced on social media because it seemed to whitewash the pop star. On Friday, a new version was on display in Manhattan.
The Lincoln Center Festival presented a transformed live-performance version of Morton Subotnick’s classic 1967 recording, “Silver Apples of the Moon.”
Political messages from the pianist Igor Levit and the conductor Daniel Barenboim were among the highlights.
A tour of savage, skeptical productions in France, Germany and Switzerland shows a range of artists dissatisfied with the state of the world.
Spotify, SoundCloud, Tidal: Seemingly every major streaming service has suffered through some controversy lately. A panel discussion, on Popcast.
A daytime lineup of producers and D.J.s is coming to the Panorama Festival on Randalls Island, giving an influential music scene a chance to shine.