Alex Gallafent played some of his favorite music to a Swazi youth organizer.
The late Jansch formed the folk-rock band Pentangle, which was the premiere folk-rock band in the UK in the 60s and 70s.
Iranian vocalist Mamak Khadem is breaking gender rules in Persian music. Khadem has released a new album titled “A Window to Color”.
In her new collection, Googoosh take cues from disco, psychedelic rock and even bossa nova.
While traveling in West Africa, Brian Shimkovitz collected thousands of tapes of obscure African musicians.
The National Youth Orchestra of Iraq will be performing at the Beethovenfest in Bonn.
Quatuor Ebene is one of the most adventurous string quartets in France today.
A local music shop owner in Edinburgh talks about some of the best-selling CDs at her shop.
Haastrup is known as Soul Brother Number One in Nigeria.
A dance club in Berlin celebrates the music brought to Germany by American G.I.s in the Cold War era.
Book author Pauline Butcher was part of Zappa’s wacky entourage for a few years in the 1960s and 70s.
Which Central American nation has finally translated its national anthem into the local Creole?
The artist’s work focuses on the experiences of Arabs in North America.
Singer’s new album reflects on good and bad and everything else that is happening in the country.