Joe Jackson, the patriarch of the iconic Jackson family, is fighting terminal cancer, and his condition is rapidly deteriorating, according to reports.
Six years after releasing his album Life Is Good, talented lyricist and Hip-Hop legend Nas released his eleventh studio album, NASIR, on June 15.
The New York City Universal Hip-hop Museum (UHHM) is slated to open in 2022 in the Bronx. Founded by Rocky Bucano, Kurtis Blow, Shawn LG Thomas, Grandwizzard Theodore, Mickey Bentson, and , Joe Conzo Jr. the museum “celebrates and preserves ...
Lorraine Gordon, owner of the iconic Village Vanguard jazz club in New York, and one of the few non-musicians to be named an NEA Jazz Master, died June 9, at Beth Israel Hospital in Manhattan.
The guitarist Russell Malone, whose pronounced pitched sound has caught the ear of anyone who listens, from New York to Europe, will be honored by Jack Kleinsinger’s “Highlights in Jazz.”
The word is out: a lost John Coltrane album has been recovered and is set for release June 29 by Impulse! Records.
The Queen B has done it again.
For 23 years, the Vision Festival has been the mecca where enthusiasts gather to salute avant-garde’s future, present and past.
Miriam Makeba and Nina Simone (2018 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame) were the unapologetic revolutionary voices of the people of South Africa and America, both on and off the stage.
This past Friday Nigerian sensation Olamide performed at the Amazura Concert Hall in Queens, New York. The jam-packed venue was full with excited Afro-beats listeners. Not only were there Nigerians in the audience, but listeners from the other 53 countries ...
It just wouldn’t be summer without music festivals. The idea of listening to good, live music while enjoying the outdoors and sipping on a cool libation is what summer is all about.
When young people and jazz come together, one can be assured it’s going to be a joyous fun-filled coaster ride.
April 16, 2018, the music of rapper Kendrick Lamar Duckworth went down in the pages of posterity in a blaze of glory when the artist became the first pop star to win the prominent Pulitzer Prize for Music.
The Kensington Palace has announced that 19-year old cellist, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, is on the list of artists scheduled to perform at the upcoming May 19th royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Take 6 join fellow performers Fred Hammond, Donnie McClurkin, James Fortune and Pastor Charles Jenkins at Lehman Center for the Performing Arts in the Bronx, N.Y., Sunday, April 29, at 6 p.m.