Todd Cassetty, a media executive and founder of Song Suffragettes, thinks the secret to solving this problem is with the fans: If they demand to hear more female artists, radio stations will respond. 'The crux of the issue is that women do not have the same opportunities to be heard that men do in country music,' Cassetty says.
The #MeToo movement has emboldened music fans and artists to voice their concerns about sexual harassment and groping at music festivals. With increased attention but little data on the issue, they are pushing the industry to make real change.
For the first time in the history of the Pulitzer Prize, a rapper has won for music. The achievement has been hailed not only as a recognition of Mr. Lamar's talent, but also as a shift in cultural standards for awards that usually honor musicians of European classical background.
A Mandarin duck swims in Central Park in New York on Dec. 5. In the weeks since it appeared in Central Park, the duck has become a celebrity.
The legendary harmonica player might no longer be with us, but his legacy will continue reverberating even longer and louder than his iconic sound did during his 60-year career.
After a year of restoration, the Ames Stradivarius violin stolen from violinist Roman Totenberg returned to the stage at a private concert in New York on Monday.
Ahead of the Grammy Awards on Feb. 12, some are intrigued by Kelsea Ballerini and Maren Morris making the cut for the best new artist prize. Meanwhile, Sturgill Simpson's album of the year nod is making others sit up and take notice.