McKinley blends his country with a lot of folk and a little rock, with a backbone of acoustic guitars and
Eddie Van Halen pushed away rock’s pretentious revolutionaries and said, “Let’s party.” Preferably naked.
When it comes to the song “Rule Britannia,” context is needed.
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folklore risks putting Swift’s fans to sleep.
The New York Times’s chief critic has launched a campaign to end the merit-based “blind audition” hiring process for orchestras.
The musical master turns 90 on Sunday.
The meanings behind the Nocturne in C-sharp Minor.
But not all musical acts are so lucky.
Now 70, Billy Joel has all of the swagger & sangfroid of late-period Frank Sinatra.
No other Broadway musical since West Side Story has produced such a widely known and universally beloved slate of songs.
More award-show narcissism mixing bad music and bad manners.
The Rush drummer, who died on Tuesday after a long, quiet battle with brain cancer, was a one-of-a-kind musician and
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What makes the genre so timeless and adaptable?
Glass’s otherworldly opera portrays the religious devotion of a pharoah.
Vets in the audience, bourbon in the foyer — our critic finds he’s not in New York anymore.
If his conversion is sincere, is there any doubt that he’s “free indeed”?
Two recent concerts in New York provided a rare opportunity for a back-to-back savoring of some of the composer’s greatest
A poor man’s Bruce Springsteen, perhaps, but one who certainly seemed to have a lot of fun.
Once again, filmmakers Epstein and Friedman distort cultural history to advance social-justice clichés.
A report from the Salzburg Festival.
His Broadway show is a delirious joy.
Pop star Taylor Swift has defended her silence during the 2016 election in a new interview, saying she ‘wasn’t going