Christine Salem, controversial singer of banned slave songs, invited local chanteuse Janiece Jaffe to join her Lotus set for a musical meeting of spirits.
The Internet--and especially social media--have overhauled the way musicians make and market their music, not the mention the way we discover and consume it.
The artistic director of the National Jazz Museum in Harlem and author of THE NPR CURIOUS LISTENER'S GUIDE TO JAZZ helps us celebrate International Jazz Day.
Composer and bandleader Dave Brubeck is a legend among fans of jazz and classical music.
The new director of the Singing Hoosiers is nationally-known choral conductor, pianist, arranger and educator Steve Zegree.
A recap of four venues from the weekend benefit concerts
Indiana University's Business Careers in Entertainment Club holds first annual multi-genre multi-venue music festival in Bloomington.
The September Artist of the Month is soprano and IU Jacobs School of Music faculty member Sylvia McNair.
Long a troubled star in the mid-20th century jazz world, at the end of his life saxophonist Stan Getz found peace and made some of his finest recordings.
In 1981 Frank Sinatra called on the talents of several longtime collaborators and friends to produce what some consider to be the singer's final masterpiece.