Harry Holland's 1920s biographical writing about Robert Burns has been published for the first time.
Actor and singer Meat Loaf has claimed he is "the most boring human being on the face of the earth".
Jon Bon Jovi never doubted there would be another Bon Jovi album.
Sotheby's previewed the contemporary art collection of late rock star David Bowie at their gallery headquarters in New York ahead of its auction in November.
New Zealand researchers have restored the first recording of computer-generated music, created in 1951 on a gigantic contraption built by British genius Alan Turing.
Series two of 'Poldark' sees the return of our brooding hero, played by Aidan Turner, who set the hearts of even the most physically tepid among us aflame.
They've officially been on air for a week, so just how are TV One's new 'Breakfast' hosts rating against TV3's 'Paul Henry'?
An actor has been found murdered at the rented home of Canadian talk-show host George Stroumboulopoulos in the Hollywood Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, police and the TV personality said.
Jean Shepard, who played a pioneering role for women in country music and was a member of the Grand Ole Opry and Country Music Hall of Fame, has died at the age of 82.
Julia Sloane's lawyers have written to the Human Rights Commission (HRC) claiming she was "defamed" and "bullied" by race relations commissioner Dame Susan Devoy.
Thor: Ragnarok is set to hit cinemas next year and director Taika Waititi has added another fan-favourite actor to its cast, Sam Neill.
What’s real? What’s not? British ‘‘transmedia’’ artist Simon Wilkinson thinks outside the box for his Arts Festival Dunedin productions, writes Shane Gilchrist
A dark, magical tale of betrayal, greed and love comes home when The Devil’s Half-Acre hits the Fortune Theatre stage at the weekend.
He has been writing about art for years but has put himself on the line with his first book. Rebecca Fox talks to New Zealand art critic and writer Anthony Byrt.
Six local acts will come together at Plato on Saturday for a benefit concert for Isi McCurdy, a local toddler recently diagnosed with AML leukaemia while on holiday in the United Kingdom.
Anna Netrebko Verismo. Anna Netrebko (soprano), Yusif Eyvasov tenor), Academia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia Orchestra and Chorus. Deutsche Grammophon CD.
Irish singer-songwriter James Vincent McMorrow's third album documents a change of approach that is less a U-turn than a swerve towards textures hinted at in his previous collages.
Having already released two albums this year, including the soundtrack for the Miles Davis biopic Miles Ahead, Robert Glasper takes an intriguing trip with regular band the Experiment.
The jury is out: Jeff Tweedy either possesses one of the least versatile voices in rock, or one of the most distinctive.
A near-capacity house applauded two contrasting styles of chamber music performed by the New Zealand String Quartet with guest violist James Durham.