The once-obsolete vinyl record has seen a renaissance in the last eight years. But for Bloomington record stores, vinyl is nothing new.
"What Soul Revue is about," asserts Tyron Cooper, "is operating within a Black performance tradition to elucidate the Black life reality."
Eric Weisbard's new book, "Top 40 Democracy," examines what we can learn about American culture from Top 40 radio.
The Irish performer pays tribute to a fellow singer-songwriter who had Bloomington ties.
A band with longtime Bloomington ties kick-starts a fresh chapter in its career.
When the curtain closes on the sunlit beach, it's hard to go back out to winter.
I was set for music college as a bass,but on the radio there was the countertenor Andreas Scholl and knew that I wanted to sing like that." Timothy Wayne-Wright
Emergent Theater breaks the fourth wall surrounding social justice issues with a collage of performance art.
IU's Hoo Shir A Capella sings Al Ha Nisim, We thank you for the miracle and the redemption and the mighty deeds.
Singer-songwriter Kay Bull has "protested most everything in the twentieth century." But alienation from the mainstream has been key to her music-making.