The rock star created the semi-abstract portrait—up for auction through June 24—in 1997
A trove of letters and photographs associated with the band's time in Germany is set to go up for auction next month
How the world’s handiest instrument took over American music
The culmination of two decades of planning, the National Museum of African American Music opened its doors last month
On the 250th anniversary of the famous composer’s birth, the story of how his music first took hold across the Atlantic
Created by a Russian engineer, the theremin has delighted and confounded audiences since 1920
The former Beatle had a packed schedule as he finalized a new song and posed for some final photographs that would become iconic
The archives of harmonica player and close Dylan friend Tony Glover act as a "time capsule" of 20th-century music, says RR Auction
The fashionable garment conjures the guitarist's dazzling performance at the Monterey County Fairgrounds
The rock star, who died on October 6 at age 65, said that perfection is boring and mistakes are the "most exciting element of music"
Sotheby's sale includes records, posters and a high school detention sheet decrying John Lennon's "continuous silly behaviour in class"
Seniors in the U.K. staged photoshoots inspired by Elvis Presley, Madonna, David Bowie and other musicians
The 1966 illustration of the folk-rock icon captured the psychadelic dazzle of the flower-power era
Catch the musical event, featuring Sting, Death Cab for Cutie front man Ben Gibbard and other artists, on YouTube tonight at 8 p.m. Eastern time
The Beatles guitarist visited his sister in southern Illinois just months before he'd become world famous
Tensions leading to the split, announced 50 years ago today, had been bubbling under the band’s cheery surface for years
The government has directed museums to "enrich the people's spiritual and cultural life during the epidemic [with] cloud exhibitions"
A human geographer explains how the city's unique sonic culture nurtured and inspired the musical genius
An expert in sound recording details how the band deployed stereo and synthesizers to put a unique artistic stamp on this iconic album