"I'm a boss. I'm a don. I don't even fight."
The 2017 BET Awards had stumbles, from technical problems during a performance to going well over its planned three-and-a-half hour time slot during the live show held Sunday in Los Angeles. But the show's performances and special moments made up for having to stay up late on a Sunday.
Being wise beyond your years gets old before you know it, Lorde finds out on Melodrama. The New Zealand songwriter was 16 in 2013 when she took the charts by surprise with "Royals," a song that signaled that she was an uncommonly accomplished teenage craftswoman not the least bit interested...
John Mayer with Grateful Dead vets, a pair of illustrious rappers, metal stalwarts, a rising young songwriter and a Philly band reunion.
Jamaaladeen Tacuma leads fellow locals Lady Alma and Hezekiah through something "FIERCE!" at the African American Museum.
Elvis Costello transformed Nick Lowe's 1974 song into the anthem that's become the protest song of choice in 2017.
The new Coltrane documentary 'Chasing Trane' explores the jazz great's career including his important years in Philadelphia, where footage was shot at the John Coltrane House on N. 33rd, now a National Historic Landmark.
The indefatigable entertainer played the Wells Fargo Center, celebrating a half century-plus in the music business.
NEW YORK (AP) - Rapper Prodigy, a member of the hardcore New York hip-hop duo Mobb Deep, has died. He was 42.
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The sterling songwriter and former Drive-By Trucker brought his band to town in support of a superb new album.
The piano man and soul singer was scheduled to play the BB&T Pavilion on Thursday, with Gallant opening up.
Gerald Chavis studied trumpet with Clifford Browns teacher and will honor them both at this years jazz festival.
The mighty trio of "Where The Streets Have No Name," "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" and "With or Without You" sounded every bit as majestic as intended, from Edge's swirling, jabbing guitar to Bono's soaring vocals.
The British songwriter brought his 'Imperial Bedroom and Other Chambers' tour to Upper Darby on Friday, with his band The Imposters augmented with two back up vocalists.