Ireland has farewelled Shane MacGowan with renditions of The Pogues' Christmas anthem Fairytale of New York in the streets and at a joyous funeral marking the singer's colourful life.
Award-winning children’s songwriter Rob Wigley has hit the small screen with the launch of his music video I’m on my Bicycle yesterday.
After launching a record-shattering global tour and becoming the world's most-streamed musical artist in 2023, Taylor Swift has been named Time magazine's "Person of the Year."
Snoopy's Christmas is a song that Kiwis know and love, and based on current data it's expected to hit the charts again this week.
A school behind a viral performance of Led Zeppelin’s anthem Stairway to Heaven is "blown away" by all the support it’s received.
Royal Dunedin Male ChoirEnd of Year ConcertSt Paul’s CathedralMonday, December 4The Royal Dunedin Male Choir’s final concert for the year was held in St Paul’s Cathedral on Monday...
A student performance of the classic Led Zeppelin song Stairway to Heaven at a high school prizegiving has gone viral.
Pianist Tom McGrath showcased works by Vienna-born composer Paul Schramm to a good-sized audience at Marama Hall on Friday evening.
Conductor Umberto Clerici (now based in Australia) guided the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra through three popular classical works last Saturday evening, in a very well-filled Dunedin Town Hall.
International metal sensations Alien Weaponry have chosen Powder Chutes from Wānaka's Mount Aspiring College as the winners of a nationwide music competition that celebrates young homegrown talent.
Shane MacGowan, the London-Irish punk who transformed Irish traditional music with The Pogues and penned some of the 1980s' most haunting ballads before sinking into alcohol and drug addiction, has died. He was 65.
Getting Zed back together is not just about reliving the glory days, Nathan King tells Tom McKinlay.
It has been more than 20 years since the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra performed Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No 1.
Messiah, City Choir Dunedin and Dunedin Symphony Orchestra, Dunedin Town Hall, Saturday, November 25.
It seems only appropriate a band that cut its teeth getting the party started is returning to its old stomping ground to help launch a new music venue in Dunedin.
Flying Nun records has been a mainstay of the New Zealand music scene for 40 years, but it is also an influential player in the contemporary indie market.
Prolonged applause and "bravos" were spontaneous reactions in the Glenroy Auditorium as pianist Abhinath Berry released the final chord in a recital of virtuoso concert pianoforte repertoire with teacher Prof Terence Dennis.