Prince's classic albums including Purple Rain on Sunday returned to major streaming services, bringing a new audience to the late pop legend who fought music industry convention.
British rock star Sting and US jazz saxophonist Wayne Shorter were awarded the 2017 Swedish Polar Music Prize for their innovative contributions to music on Tuesday.
Concert giant Live Nation announced Tuesday an expansion to Israel as it forecast rising demand for international artists in the country, despite activist campaigns for a boycott.
With the debut of Chinese all-female idol group SNH48 at this year's Central China Television Spring Festival Gala and the appearance of Wang Yuan, a member of China's hottest boy group TFboys, at a UN youth forum on January 31, 2016, China's so-called "Fostered Idols" are just beginning to show their influence at home and as well as around the globe.
Lady Gaga dazzled the Super Bowl with a high-tech, tightly choreographed celebration of US diversity and unity as she chose the power of show business over direct provocation.
Nigerian music star 2Face on Sunday called off a protest he had planned against the government and its handling of the country's economic crisis, citing security concerns.
Black Sabbath, the British rock group ranked as one of the greatest heavy metal band of all time, will bring a career spanning half a century to an end on Saturday night.
New Wave pioneers Blondie on Wednesday announced a new album that will bring in stars from across generations including Sia and Joan Jett.
Beyonce is pregnant - and this time, she's expecting twins with her husband, rap mogul Jay Z.
Since the breakup of the Soviet Union 25 years ago, ballet has enjoyed mixed fortunes in the Muslim-majority Central Asian region's newly independent countries.
Much of Kazakhstan's multi-million-dollar ballet boom has been funded by the government, but private sponsors and international partners have also stepped in.
The New York Philharmonic on Tuesday enchanted an audience accustomed to European symphonic tradition by performing selections of famed Chinese folk music in its annual Chinese New Year Concert.
Jaki Liebezeit, the percussionist for German band Can who became an icon in avant-garde circles for a machine-like style that rejected standard drumsets, died Sunday. He was 78.
Afghanistan’s first all-female orchestra brought the curtain down on this year’s World Economic Forum on Friday with a culture-crossing performance that overcame tradition and death threats in their homeland.
Michael Learns to Rock (MLTR), the Danish group best known to Chinese music lovers for their 2004 Chinese-turned-English hit "Take Me To Your Heart," has returned to China.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Weeknd and the Pixies will play the inaugural Paris edition of Lollapalooza as the longstanding US alternative culture festival expands.
Punk rockers Green Day renewed their attack Monday on President-elect Donald Trump, warning of dangers ahead for the world in a music video that celebrates Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy.
A rumor has been circulating on Chinese social media since January 14 that Hong Kong-based singer Hins Cheung has been removed from the fifth season of the Chinese mainland singing competition show I Am A Singer.
David Bowie could be in line to receive two posthumous Brit Awards after being shortlisted Saturday for next month's ceremony.