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Six inaugural balls. Three nights. WTOP Living Editor Stephanie Steinberg is on a ball hopping adventure. Follow her journey for inside look at the 2013 inaugural ball scene.
With New Year's Eve just around the corner, some may be debating whether to brave the throngs of partygoers or stay home.
New research from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences helps to explain why some tones sound better than others.
A local gallery founder has a new book out capturing the frenzy of the Rolling Stones through photographs.
Think the guy in the next cubicle is being rude by wearing his earbuds and listening to music? He may just be sharpening his brain.
Sing-along songs are those magical ones that can get everyone in a crowded bar or club singing together. Now, researchers say those infectious songs share certain characteristics
Today's music has simple transitions and less artistic expression, researchers say.
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The transit agency's Arts in Transit program held auditions for MetroPerforms! Tuesday afternoon -- an occasional summertime talent showcase that began in 2007 to give singers, instrumentalists, spoken word artists and other street performers a chance to gain some exposure along the rail network.
In 1969, a little festival called Woodstock changed the way we think of outdoor concerts. Forty three years later, music festivals continue to draw thousands of attendees.