How diverse are the Grammys? Sixty years of how artists of color and women have fared in the music awards

A Lehigh professor analyzed 60 years of awards show and U.S. history. Here’s the music milestones and misses explained.

How diverse are the Grammys? Sixty years of how artists of color and women have fared in the music awards

A Lehigh professor analyzed 60 years of awards show and U.S. history. Here’s the music milestones and misses explained.

Jam down the shore: Phish to play three shows on the Atlantic City beach

Tickets to the psychedelic-style band’s shows, which are in August, go on sale Feb. 7.

Jam down the shore: Phish to play three shows on the Atlantic City beach

Tickets to the psychedelic-style band’s shows, which are in August, go on sale Feb. 7.

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The Recording Academy is in chaos. What does it mean for Sunday’s Grammy Awards?

On Jan. 16 — just 10 days before “Music’s Biggest Night,” with body-positive singer-rapper Lizzo and teen-goth pop star Billie Eilish as the leading nominees — Recording Academy president Deborah Dugan was ousted. Since then, things have gotten crazy.

Album reviews: Mac Miller, Halsey, Wolf Parade

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German metal band Rammstein will bring ‘rock n roll’s most ambitious pyro-theatrical experience’ to the Linc

The group, which is known their 1997 hit “Du Hast,” will perform at Lincoln Financial Field on Aug. 23.

Hall & Oates’ Hoagie Nation festival is moving to the Mann Center

Daryl Hall and John Oates — Philadelphia’a only Rock and Roll Hall of Fame members to be inducted as performers — top the bill, but they’ll be joined by a number of other vintage hit-makers, including Kool & the Gang and The Hooters.

Jimmy Heath, influential Philadelphia sax player and jazz giant, has died at 93

As a 13-year-old in South Philly, Heath got his first sax. “I said, ‘This is for me,’” he once recalled. “And I’ve been with the saxophone ever since.”

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In Snoop Dogg — Snoop D-o-double g, if you must — you find a time capsule | Concert review

The diverse crowd he drew to The Fillmore Philadelphia Saturday night was testament to the rapper spending three decades saying yes to a range of opportunities, from movies to commercials with Martha Stewart.

‘It’s terrifying’: Australian rocker Courtney Barnett on watching her country burn

Barnett has just released her album “MTV Unplugged Live! in Melbourne.” She opens a U.S. solo tour at the Queen in Wilmington on Thursday.

Delco’s Todd Rundgren denied again: Depeche Mode, Whitney Houston, Notorious B.I.G. will enter Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

For the second year in a row, the Upper Darby songwriter was on the short list of Rock Hall nominees, but failed to make the final cut. The inductees were announced Wednesday morning.

Bruce Springsteen watched his son get sworn in as a New Jersey firefighter

Sam Springsteen, 26, was one of 15 new firefighters sworn into the Jersey City Fire Department in a ceremony Tuesday.

Whitney Houston, Notorious B.I.G. lead field into rock hall

The posthumous inductees Whitney Houston and The Notorious B.I.G.

Country stars Tim McGraw and Luke Combs will play Citizens Bank Park

McGraw's Sept. 12 show will be across the street from the parking lot that once held Veterans Stadium, where his dad Tug McGraw pitched for the 1980 Phillies team that won the World Series.

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