The calendar may say 2020, but when it comes to buying music it feels more like the 1980s.
Have you been a good bunch of elves this year? Then go right ahead and treat yourselves to this week’s Kem and Joe show at NJPAC, where WBLS presents “Home for the Holidays.”
Harlem Stage’s fall season finale of the Cosmic Synthesis of Sun Ra and Afrofuturism Series will take place on Dec. 13.
The “Barber Shop Chronicles” makes its New York debut at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on Dec. 3 after earning critical acclaim in the United Kingdom.
It all began with the smoky, sultry, base-heavy dulcets of Mr. Will ‘I Go Crazy’ Downing. Enough adjectives for you?
The Morgan State University Choir and marching band are coming to the city for two upcoming performances.
The new documentary “Rudeboy: The Story of Trojan Records” chronicles the history of the UK record label that introduced England and the world to reggae and Jamaican music in the ’60s and ’70s.
The Grammys are screaming "Cuz I Love You" to Lizzo
Just in time to get you into the holiday spirit, WLTW 106.7 Lite FM switches to its annual all-holiday music format.
The Veterans Administration and New York State Jazz Literacy and Art Society Inc is hosting a free jazz concert for New York City’s Veterans on Monday, Nov. 18 from 1-4 p.m. at the Veteran Administration Building, located at 423 West ...
Music lovers will have the chance to hear the work of a titan of world music as City College Center for the Arts presents “Emeline Michel’s Black Pearls,” a special one-night-only concert Friday, Nov. 15.
Prince protege and former member of New Power Generation (NPG), Liv Warfield has been through a lot these past few years. Overcoming the loss of her mentor has been a part of a painful journey, but Warfield has risen to ...
On Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019, RestorationROCKS! had Fulton Street in Bedford Stuyvesant transformed into both an open air concert and vendors’ market and food bazaar.
The Friendship Baptist Church (114 West 131st Street, Harlem) is hosting a Gospel Extravaganza on Saturday, Oct. 19, at 4 p.m. featuring the Five Blind Boys of Mississippi.
The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture held a talk with legendary hip-hop artist.