The rapper, a seminal MC during his peak in the 90s and a cultural force up until his tragic death, was one of the most talented and energetic forces the industry has...
The portable, recordable, DIY technology helped democratize music.
Questlove and Fat Joe pay tribute to the late rap pioneer
Graves is recognized as the liberator of the jazz drummer by breaking from a strict time-keeping role into one of personal expression.
The 23-time Grammy winner was one of the jazz world’s most prolific artists.
The counterculture icon chronicled the early days of hip-hop and the downtown arts scene.
The record producer known for his Wall Of Sound production style passed away after battling COVID-19.
Sylvain Sylvain, the longtime guitarist for the iconic glam rock outfit New York Dolls has died at the age of 69, his wife confirmed.
The longtime member of the Silver Bullet Band, famed for his performances on ‘Turn The Page’ and ‘Old Time Rock And Roll,’ has passed away after a battle with colon cancer
One of the most accomplished songwriters in Latin music, Manzanero has written over 400 songs, which have been performed by Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley and Luis Miguel
With a career spanning several decades, Budd was best known for his collaborations with Brian Eno and Cocteau Twins’ Robin Guthrie.
His innovative guitar playing shaped the trajectory of hard rock from the late 70s through the hair metal era and beyond.
Among her many achievements, Reddy is best remembered for the 1972 hit 'I Am Woman,' which became the unofficial anthem of the women’s rights movement.
As a writer, producer and musician, Bell was an intrinsic part of Kool & the Gang's distinctive and infectious sound.
The guitarist was an integral member of the band’s early days, co-writing much of their sophomore release, 'Freaky Styley.'