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By Lydia Zuraw, Kaiser Health News
Singer and songwriter Mike Love is best known as one of the founding members of the Beach Boys, whose infectious harmonies and unique California sound first hit the airways nearly 60 years ago, in 1961. Through the ups and downs…
At the request of the NewsHour, the Defense Department produced a music video of service personnel around the world singing a seasonal favorite. It’s an annual holiday tradition, and this year’s song is “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.”…
The choir group is supported by Path with Art, a Seattle-based nonprofit with a mission to connect people recovering from homelessness, addiction and other trauma to arts programming.
By Aileen Imperial, KCTS
Aretha Franklin was honored recently by the National Portrait Gallery with a “Portrait of a Nation” prize, given out to some of the people who appear in its collection. Gwen Ifill spoke with the Queen of Soul about her career,…
By PBS NewsHour
By Kelly Whalen
How the "Black Lives Matter" movement is inspiring conversations among young singers about identity and the role of art in social change.
By Jenny Marder
Judging by lyrics alone, the lionshare of lullabies are not sweet and soothing; they are dark and creepy and macabre. So why are so many lullabies murder ballads? And as it relates to their primary function -- to lull the…
By Frank Carlson
Award-winning singer Jessye Norman has a big problem with declining arts programs in America’s schools. “It is a big issue and it makes me completely crazy,” Norman told correspondent Jeffrey Brown, when they sat down to discuss her new memoir,…
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