The Oscar-winning singer-actress died at her home in Florida, according to her publicist. Cara was behind some of the most era-defining pop anthems of the early '80s.
The revered Latin Grammy winner was known for such hits as "Yolanda" and "Amo Esta Isla."
The South Korean cultural phenomenon is now a new musical, starring actual K-pop idols.
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Anne Steele of The Wall Street Journal about Ticketmaster bungling the ticket release for Swift's new tour. Questions are raised about the company's grip on the industry.
The overload of fans trying to buy Taylor Swift tickets caused major tech issues. The singer responds that her team was assured the demands would be met.
Mariah Carey sought to trademark the branding for products, but her request was rejected after a challenge from full-time Christmas musician Elizabeth Chan. Now anyone can be a Christmas queen.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning composer and diarist died Friday at age 99. Although he won the Pulitzer for an orchestral work, he was most celebrated for his huge body of art songs — over 500 in all.
A recent study in the journal Current Biology found that people danced 12% more when very low frequency bass was played.
This year's nominations are in and there are few surprises.
The singer and entrepreneur famously has used her success to help others, especially in areas of education. The gift matches two by Bezos last year to chef Jose Andrés and activist Van Jones.
Taylor Swift won big at Sunday's MTV European Music Awards. Swift, walking away with multiple wins, including for best artist, best video and best long-form video.
How does a scene survive when disaster strikes its venues, music schools, rare instruments and priceless archives all at once? The musicians of flood-ravaged eastern Kentucky have a few answers.
The Country Music Association held its annual awards on Wednesday night by having some of the genre's biggest stars pay tribute to the late country queen Loretta Lynn.
The magazine's publisher is suing the two Grammy award-winning artists for releasing a parody Vogue issue to promote their new album.
Costa's voice was a key part of the sound that combined Brazilian pop music, psychedelic rock and the avant-garde in the late 1960s.