Sousa’s 100-year-old compositions include patriotic military marches that will also no doubt crop up in the long grind to the 2016 presidential election. And while they aren’t remembered by name, one man seeks to preserve the American composer’s legacy —…
The artist, one of few Malaysian pop stars to cross over into the U.S. market, is preparing to release a new album this winter.
By Mary Jo Brooks
Jeff Daniels has appeared in more than 50 Hollywood movies and won an Emmy for his portrayal of a news anchor in the HBO series "The Newsroom" -- but he is also a prolific songwriter.
By Corinne Segal
For British rock star Elvis Costello, music is in his blood. How did his family, like his jazz musician father, influence him while he found his own path as an artist? He joins Jeffrey Brown to discuss his new memoir,…
From brass to bagpipes and rock to reggae, more than 130 bands will be scattered throughout 26.2-mile racecourse of the 2015 New York City Marathon to energize and enthuse runners and supporters. But even if you're not huffing and puffing…
By Carey Reed
Forty years ago, British rock band Queen released “Bohemian Rhapsody”. Here are eight things you might not have known about the epic single.
In her new book “M Train,” author and rocker Patti Smith writes about her chance encounter with chess legend Bobby Fischer in 2007.
By PBS NewsHour
By Kelly Whalen
The Latin Jazz Youth Ensemble of San Francisco was founded with a simple but ambitious mission: to preserve the traditions of Latin jazz and Afro-Cuban music by teaching it to young musicians.
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