If you didn’t have time to listen to all of this year’s top albums — from a mother-and-son duo to a genre-blending country music starlet — The Associated Press has you covered.
“We need to stop looking at children with disabilities for what they can’t do. We need to start with what they can do.” A local teen is one example of just that. Listen.
The popular music venue on 14th Street Northwest is celebrating its 25th anniversary this weekend but will shrink by the end of the year.
Fireworks, music, parades and more helped locals celebrate the United States’ 242nd birthday on Wednesday.
From hot dog eating contests and parades to fireworks and concerts, those across the country are celebrating the Fourth of July in big ways. See photos of the festivities.
Most of us don’t give much thought to the music that plays at a restaurant — unless maybe it’s too loud or you just don’t like it — but a new study shows it can affect what you eat when you’re there.
Unable to move or speak, music therapy helped a Virginia teen recover from a tragic snowboarding accident — and it’s helping other area residents find their voice, as well.
Fort Reno has been hosting District bands for decades, and while funding for the volunteer-run concerts has been dicey, they’ve just announced their July lineups.
The U Street Funk Parade may bring the groove to D.C., but traffic closures will bring some funky traffic conditions to the area.
Dogs have different musical tastes, a new study suggests, but there are two genres they seem to like best.
What modern music should you share with your family — or escape from your family with — over the holiday weekend?
Phil Collins may be known for middle-of-the road hit songs, but the hits he deals out in a recent British interview are somewhat more pointed.
Which concerts should you check out this fall in the D.C. area?
Independent record store Joe’s Record Paradise has reopened for business after hitting some snags in its recent move to downtown Silver Spring, Maryland.
Gourmet Symphony is turning the classical music experience on its head. It takes performances out of the concert hall and brings them to the dining hall.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.