A household name in Black America, Lee Williams had little need for the kind of crossover project that can earn a gospel act attention from the secular music media.
It’s so important in these times to present international and culturally diverse music and dance. It can be a joyful source of healing for our world, and Global Arts Live has been doing this since its inception..
A pair of documentaries about the most popular guitar-driven instrumental bands of all time.
Miss Pat, reggae’s Chinese-Jamaican matriarch, reflects on a life in riddim.
Some of the best music documentaries of 2020 – and some disappointments
When Charley Pride did display anger, it concerned how the country music establishment treated older artists.
Roy C may not have lived to see the current regime toppled or his litigation over past royalties resolved to his satisfaction, but he died knowing that he was — without a doubt — a Black American original.
A pair of recent books help keep the glorious spirit of Carnival alive.
A by-the-carload ticket gets you a spot in the Tupelo Music Hall parking lot and an empty space next to it.
“We ask that you limit your stay to two hours, and remember that our restrooms are not open.”