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Paul Simon Wraps Up Farewell Tour Back Home

Paul Simon Wraps Up Farewell Tour Back Home

By David Bauder | Sep 23
Paul Simon ended his final concert tour under a moonlit sky on home turf Saturday, telling an audience in a Queens, N.Y. park that their cheers "mean more than you can know."

Alzheimer's Opera 'Sky on Swings' Opens in Philadelphia

Alzheimer's Opera 'Sky on Swings' Opens in Philadelphia

By Ronald Blum | Sep 22
Frederica von Stade sat on a table singing, her face filled with fear and wonder, her character unsure where she was going and where she had been.

Black Eyed Peas Tackle Gun Violence, Immigration in Videos

Black Eyed Peas Tackle Gun Violence, Immigration in Videos

By Mesfin Fekadu | Sep 21
The Black Eyed Peas tackle gun violence at schools and immigration in two new music videos for their song, "Big Love."

Quincy Jones at 85: 'I'm Too Old to be Full of It'

Quincy Jones at 85: 'I'm Too Old to be Full of It'

By Jake Coyle | Sep 20
For six decades Jones has been the foot-stomping back beat to a staggering breadth of American music. His hands have been over everything. From Ella Fitzgerald to Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles to Michael Jackson.

Pop Star Taken into Custody on Arrival Home from US

Pop Star Taken into Custody on Arrival Home from US

By Rodney Muhumuza | Sep 20
Ugandan security forces took pop star and opposition lawmaker Bobi Wine into custody when he arrived from the United States on Thursday, angering his supporters while authorities barred public gatherings they said threaten public order.

Met Season Promises Vocal Treats and Retooled Ring

Met Season Promises Vocal Treats and Retooled Ring

By Mike Silverman | Sep 19
Jonas is back, if only briefly. Anna is here, in full diva mode. The seemingly unstoppable Placido marks his 50th anniversary. And the "Ring" contraption returns — maybe for the last time.

'Show Must Go On:' Stranded In Europe, Orchestra Improvises

'Show Must Go On:' Stranded In Europe, Orchestra Improvises

By William J. Kole | Sep 19
The Boston Symphony Orchestra might want to consider naming its next album "Songs in the Key of A" - as in airport, abandoned and Amsterdam.

German Doctors: Pussy Riot Poisoning 'Highly Plausible'

German Doctors: Pussy Riot Poisoning 'Highly Plausible'

By Frank Jordans | Sep 18
German doctors treating a member of Russian protest group Pussy Riot said Tuesday that claims he was poisoned are "highly plausible," but stressed they can't say how this might have occurred or who was responsible.

Vulnerability Key to Country Singer Brett Young's Breakout

Vulnerability Key to Country Singer Brett Young's Breakout

By Kristin M. Hall | Sep 14
"In Case You Didn't Know," a love ballad by country singer Brett Young, has been added to a lot of wedding playlists since it came out in 2017, but it has put Young in an awkward position for his own upcoming nuptials.

Watch: Eminem Finally Responds to Use of Gay Slur in New Song

Watch: Eminem Finally Responds to Use of Gay Slur in New Song

Sep 14
After a social media backlash, Eminem is finally responding to using a gay slur in a new song that was aimed at rapper Tyler, the Creator.

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