Pianist-composer Dave Brubeck, whose rhythmically daring recordings made him one of jazz's major commercial and artistic players of the '50s and '60s, has died. He was 91.
The Lumineers' self-titled album, bankrolled by the band's Seattle-based management company and released by an independent Nashville label, has spent nearly six months on the U.S. chart, riding the…
Lacking the depth and rigor of his 2005 Nippon-set "Kamataki," Claude Gagnon's new Japanese road movie ambles along amiably enough, recounting the odyssey of a 61-year-old Quebecois professor seeking…
Pop princess Katy Perry is the closest thing to a human cartoon the music business has produced since Kiss.
Musically and meteorologically, Sunday's edition of the Playboy Jazz Festival was a significant upgrade over the previous day. The temperature rose to a comfortable level - not hot in the day, not…
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