Prince announced just last month that he was working on a memoir to be published in 2017. Rolling Stone called it "one of the most anticipated memoirs in music history." After Prince's death last week, however, the future of the book is uncertain.
Bombs exploded at the Brussels airport and one of the city's metro stations Tuesday, killing at least 31 people and wounding dozens. Following news of the attacks, several in the music world shared their thoughts via social media. View a collection of some of those messages.
Glenn Frey, Guitarist For The Eagles, Dead At 67
A founding member of one of the best-selling rock bands of all time, Frey was remembered by bandmate Don Henley as "funny, bullheaded, mercurial, generous, deeply talented and driven."
As peers learn of his loss to an 18-month-long battle with cancer and flock to social media to remember the late, great music legend, to remember the late legend, we're sharing our first and favorite memories of David Bowie.
According to Nielsen Music, the singer's stratospheric success with 25 made her the year's top-selling artist by far -- even though 25 was available in only the last six weeks of 2015. And it was another year of growth for vinyl.
Natalie Cole: Underappreciated But Never Forgotten
She who ended Aretha's eight-year Grammy-winning streak deserves more credit than she's usually afforded: she was influential and flexible and a phenomenal singer.
Along with Classical MPR's Tesfa Wondemagegnehu, The Current's Production Manager Derrick Stevens lent his skills and stories to a rehearsal of the vocal-music students at the FAIR School in Minneapolis. The students will soon be performing 'Glory,' the Oscar-winning song by John Legend and Common.