On April 18, British singer/songwriter Rebecca Pidgeon will present "Live From Home: An Evening with Rebecca Pidgeon," a benefit concert for Housing Works.
Linda Ronstadt releases 14 of her best "Duets." Billy Porter sings Broadway. Japanese pop group Shonen Knife goes for 20. D.C.-based duo of Rob Garza and Eric Hilton drop their seventh album. And Aussie Betty Who has an EP.
In the world of music, more change came in the past 50 years than in the preceding 150. The man who merged all the popular genres into a timeless art-form was Frankie Knuckles.
For the first time, the dress Marian Anderson wore to sing at the Lincoln Memorial 75 years ago after being denied access to a Washington concert hall because she was black, is going on display at the Smithsonian.
EDGE talks with Allie X, the electro-pop singer whose infectious single "Catch" went widescreen after Katy Perry called it an epic "spring jam" on Twitter.
Jump into the time warp when Dig These Discs goes back to the ’80s, with new releases by Boy George, George Michael, Cyndi Lauper and Kylie Minogue. Also check a new cut by Shakira.
The unique vocal resonance of Robert Goulet are featured on this recording of two television soundtracks of Broadway hits.
The Swedish remix-master is back, Avicii releases a second volume of "True: Avicii By Avicii" and takes on his own EDM style reinventing himself just in time for the music festival season.
Can a musical fillet that has entertained millions around the world for a generation lose its flavor?