Since 2018 album Too Many Millionaires, Wellington blues troubadour Darren Watson has been holed up in his Ngaio manor and recording studio.
All it took was a little help from her friends, and a cathedral. Abby Wolfe tells Tom McKinlay about her big new video.
Bands will be able to cross the Cook Strait for free this summer, provided they perform during the crossing.
A capacity audience gave the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra players thunderous applause for a well-executed, well-conceived programme of works from the 1920s.
REVIEW: The award-winning creative team of Doug Kamo, Emma Holloway, Beth Waite and Michael Grant, with a 15-piece orchestra, presented a stupendous montage of vibrant music and dance in the Regent Theatre.
When Hopetoun Brown and Finn Scholes were approached about turning their coming Oamaru concert into a fundraiser to help victims of the Ohau fires, there was no hesitation.
A near capacity audience gave the NZSO under Hamish McKeich a warm welcome for its return to the Dunedin with a programme that aptly titled "Metamorphosis".
Rapper Kanye West has released his first official campaign video in his long-shot bid to be elected US president on November 3, focusing on religion and families.
Australian soprano Emma Pearson has stepped into the breach so the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra’s Metamorphosis tour can go ahead. She talks to Rebecca Fox.
Located at the top of a three-storey commercial building on George St, The Attic is the most important place you haven’t heard of.
Six artists from the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra have the rare and exciting opportunity to tour New Zealand in the wake of Covid-19. Rebecca Fox talks to concertmaster Andrew Beer.
After a very lean year for the arts, the chance to sing and dance for real live audiences is a great thrill for the 60-strong cast of The Highlights.
Lorde has broken her social media break to encourage New Zealanders to vote in the upcoming election and teased that new music will be coming soon.
It was homesickness that inspired Lani Alo to start writing the song that has won him national awards, and that very song has made Dunedin feel like home.
Eddie Van Halen, considered one of rock music's greatest guitar players and a founding member of the hugely successful rock band named after him, has died of cancer. He was 65.
American singer Johnny Nash, known for the 1970s reggae hit 'I Can See Clearly Now', has died at the age of 80.
British rock band Led Zeppelin on Monday effectively won a long-running legal battle over claims it stole the opening guitar riff from its signature 1971 song "Stairway to Heaven."
Tickets for Air New Zealand's World Premiere in the Air experience with popular Kiwi bank SIX60 has sold out seven hours after tickets became available.