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Elton John opens his Oscar night party to all this year

Attending Elton John’s long-running Oscar-night party has always been one of the hardest tickets to get. Now you can go – for $20. The Elton John AIDS Foundation is inviting every...

A peek behind the masks, precautions at the pandemic Grammys

LOS ANGELES – I have covered the Grammy Awards for the Associated Press for 15 years. But this strange year feels like the first time. Built around performances, full of singing a...

Annual Pagosa Folk N’ Bluegrass canceled

But there’s hope for Four Corners Folk Festival

Hair metal bacchanal: New book looks back at ’80s hard rock music scene

Musicians share stories in ‘Nöthin’ But a Good Time’

International magazine features La Plata County’s rising star, Tyller Gummersall

Singer-songwriter’s traditional approach rooted in Ignacio area

In Mississippi, small-town bluesman keeps aging music alive

BENTONIA, Miss. – With callused hands, Jimmy “Duck” Holmes plucks an old acoustic guitar at the juke joint his parents started more than 70 years ago. He checks the cafe’s inventory: jars of...

Back-to-back BACH

Orchestra and annual festival celebrate the great one

Rock hall plans October induction before live audience

NEW YORK – The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame said Tuesday that it plans to have a live induction of its 36th class on Oct. 30 in Cleveland – before an actual audience. The induction ...

Phish guitarist to found substance abuse treatment center

LUDLOW, Vt. – Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio plans to start a substance use disorder treatment center in Vermont, where the band was formed in 1983. Anastasio, who is now 14 years...

CMA Fest canceled for 2nd year in a row due to COVID-19

NASHVILLE, Tennessee – Country music festival CMA Fest in Nashville will be canceled for a second year in a row because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Country Music Association ann...

Durango Choral Society kicking off Spring season

‘Bright & Beautiful’ premiers online March 5

Paul McCartney memoir due out in November

NEW YORK – Paul McCartney is finally ready to write his memoirs, and will use music – and a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet – to help guide him. “The Lyrics: 1956 to the Present” will...