The History Behind Chance the Rapper's Black Star Line Festival
The event is named after an early 20th-century shipping line created by Jamaican activist Marcus Garvey
Queen Releases Newly Discovered Song With Vocals From Freddie Mercury
Once believed to be lost, the track comes from a 1988 recording session
What the 'Unofficial Bridgerton Musical' Lawsuit Means for Fan-Created Content
Netflix has accused the songwriting duo behind the viral production of stealing copyrighted material for their own financial gain
The World's Skinniest Skyscraper Has a Storied Musical Past
At 1,428 feet tall and just 60 feet wide, Steinway Tower is so slender that its top floors may sway in the wind
Hear a 16th-Century Concert Recreated by a 'Musical Time Machine'
Researchers modeled the acoustics of Linlithgow Palace in Scotland to transport listeners back to a 1512 performance
Celebrate Black History Month With These Free Virtual Events
From online exhibitions to panel discussions, here are more than a dozen events hosted by museums and other cultural institutions
The Summer of Yoko Ono Ends with Shrieks and Screams
A concert, a broken vase and unfettered adoration for the avant-guard artist marks the Hirshhorn’s finale to its appreciation
'Hamilton' Creator Lin-Manuel Miranda Joins the War Against Bots
Ticket-buying bots are snatching up seats and jacking up the price of concert and theater tickets
How a Psychedelic Concert Poster Rocked the World
C'mon baby light my flier
Is a Band Without Its Original Members Still the Same Band?
What gives a musical group its identity? Is it the name on the poster or the people on the stage?
The Oscar-Winning Writer John Ridley, Talks About His New Jimi Hendrix Movie
The writer and director of <i>Jimi: All Is by My Side</i> speaks about making living history from legend
Watch George Clinton's P-Funk Mothership Get Reassembled For Its Museum Debut
A timelapse video shows Smithsonian curators rebuilding one of music's most iconic stage props—the Parliament-Funkadelic Mothership