Peter Tork, one of the four members of the made-for-TV-turned-chart-topping-pop-sensations the Monkees, has died, aged 77.
French organist Johann Vexo, a professor of organ from Strasbourg and tenor Damien Riviere, cantor of Notre-Dame Cathedral Paris performed last evening in a well-filled St Joseph's Cathedral, in...
The 1975 and DJ Calvin Harris were the main winners at the BRIT Awards, each scooping two prizes at Britain's annual pop music honours.
They're about to play the biggest show of their lives but Six60 tell Chris Schulz they have a larger, Ed Sheeran-sized target in their sights
Ozzy Osbourne has pulled out of his New Zealand, Australian and and Japanese tours next month due to illness.
Belgian drum and bass producer and musician Boris Daenen, AKA Netsky, is performing at Ori ‘19, this Thursday.
It was a sell-out on Saturday evening at the Alexander Pianos showroom (King Edward Court) for Belgium pianist Catherine Geels' recital entitled "A Journey on Love" - a special performance by an...
Having played in front of thousands across Australia and the UK, The Chats are heading to Duendin for Smoko, writes Adam Burns.
The Shambles is parting ways, but it is not going without one last chance to experience the electric energy which had them blazing a trail up and down the festival circuit the past few summers.
Sir Elton John's added a second concert in Auckland next year. Two shows at the Mission Estate have sold out, while only pricey VIP tickets remain in Dunedin.
Fans will see two Elton Johns when he takes to the Dunedin stage next year, both the storyteller and the hit maker, his bandmate says.
Visiting New Zealand for the first time, pianist Catherine Geels could not let the opportunity to see what is believed to be the world’s longest piano in Dunedin go by, she tells Rebecca Fox.
Elton John will play an extra show in the Hawke's Bay during his New Zealand tour next year, it has been announced.
"This is America," Childish Gambino's searing indictment of police brutality and racism, scored a breakthrough for rap on at the Grammy awards.
Former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham underwent emergency open heart surgery last week that damaged his vocal cords, his wife says.
Grammy-nominated rapper 21 Savage has been arrested by immigration officials, who said he was illegally in the United States and a convicted felon.