In 1980, The Grammys gave disco its own category, but the genre was already receding into invisibility.
When you look at the canon of popular music, who's on the list looks very much like those who made the list.
Madame von Meck offered Tchaikovsky her generous patronage, but spoke to him only through letters.
The best-selling musical artist in the world in 1969, Johnny Cash sang of (and for) the "forgotten Americans": the imprisoned men of all races.
In 1927, the parade replaced live animals with helium balloons designed by puppeteer Tony Sarg.
Olivia Rodrigo is only the latest star to emerge from the wonderful world of Disney.
In the hands of performers known as cancionistas, the genre known for its machismo was transformed.
The scholarship of Black music was transformed by Southern's work, and is now being honored by a new initiative.
I want my Ed Sullivan, Arthur Godfrey, and Lawrence Welk! To say nothing of Soul Train!
The mountain cat’s cries, like Dolly Parton’s famous songs, carry the diverse voices of rural Appalachia.