Fred Ebb, who died Sept. 11, 2004, gave his final interview at a June 15 press conference that year at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center. In a Q&A conducted by…
A look at the various tuners throughout the years
Fred Ebb once said the single most thrilling moment in musical theater was the entrance Bob Fosse choreographed for Chita Rivera in the original 1975 production of "Chicago." He swore he could feel…
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Jasmila Zbanic's "Grbavica" received the grand jury prize for international feature Sunday at the AFI Fest. "Buddha's Lost Children" and director Mark Verkerk received the international docu grand…
Lindsey Buckingham may shrug off claims that he's a visionary in "Not Too Late," the song that opens both his new album, "Under the Skin" (Reprise), and the shows supporting it, but he arguably has…
Young Chicago MC Lupe Fiasco has all the right names behind him: Before his infectious skateboarding single "Kick, Push" broke through to the mainstream, he'd been hyped by superstars like Jay-Z…
Buoyed by a fantastic band, singer-songwriter Ray Lamontagne turned the often-repetitive rasp of his most recent album, "Till The Sun Turns Black" into something far more engaging, limiting his…
Gerald Levert, the fiery singer of passionate R&B love songs and the son of O'Jays singer Eddie Levert, died Friday in Cleveland, Ohio of an apparent heart attack. He was 40.
Exquisite on all counts, the Brazilian singer and songwriter Marisa Monte took an enthusiastic packed house on a journey Wednesday through several strains of unique pop music from her native Rio de…
Napster continued its slow progress toward profitability last quarter as revenue rose 9% to $23.4 million and net loss fell 34% to $9 million.