Neil Finn has just released a brand new track - with the help of his Fleetwood Mac bandmates - to support the Auckland City Mission.
A trio of Queenstown production and entertainment companies have taken live streaming to a $30,000 calibre.
Audience members have to be kept apart and stay seated. Conditions are not conducive for live music but Dunedin performers and venues are keen to keep the vibe alive. Grant Miller reports.
A global pandemic has not stopped Hocken Collections staff from celebrating New Zealand Music Month.
Queenstown musicians Sofia Machray (left) and Pearly McGrath will be among about 20 performers taking to the treetops next weekend for the inaugural Ziptrek ‘‘Treehouse Sessions’’.
Melbourne-based Dunedin musician Matt Joe Gow has been fielding positive feedback since winning Music Victoria’s Country Album of the Year award. While his next album is on the distant horizon, he...
Being in lockdown for the past seven weeks has given young musician Keira Wallace the golden opportunity to work on some new songs.
Dunedin bohemian musical hub Dog With Two Tails is relying on a financial boost from people with happy memories of the venue to keep it viable long enough for a post-Covid-19 party.
Little Richard, the self-proclaimed "architect of rock 'n' roll" who built his ground-breaking sound with a boiling blend of boogie-woogie, rhythm and blues and gospel, has died.
While Covid-19 has temporarily clipped the public performance wings of rising Westport country artist Jaydin Shingleton, his single has hit the top of New Zealand's on-line charts.
Dunedin songwriter and former Otago Daily Times columnist Millie Lovelock won the best independent debut award for her 2019 album Relief at last night’s Taite Music Awards.
Millie Lovelock picked up one of New Zealand’s most prestigious contemporary music prizes this week. Opportunities for celebration were limited, Tom McKinlay writes.
A global pandemic was never going to stop an Invercargill boys’ choir from collectively singing their lungs out.
After a few weeks of figuring out the new normal, last weekend demonstrated that the local live music scene is far from dead — it’s just different now, pretty much like everything else.
Bob Dylan's handwritten lyrics to his 1960s classic The Times They Are A-Changin' are going up for sale with a $3.6 million asking price in what could mark a world record for rock lyrics.
Named after the series of television advertorials from the 2000s, music festival Better Living, Everyone has been quietly wowing Otautahi crowds since 2015. This year they’re doing it again — online.