The blind singer and guitarist had a sweet tenor voice and a gentle guitar that made him the best-selling Aboriginal artist of all time in Australia.
Entertainment | Music | World | Arts | NationNPR | July 26, 2017 8:18 a.m.
The pioneering hip-hop radio duo drop by the Code Switch podcast to talk about making their way in a traditionally black genre and their new NPR interview show, What's Good? with Stretch & Bobbito.
Why make a list of the greatest albums by women? To start a new conversation, where musicians who have too long been marginalized are now at the center.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro repurposed the worldwide hit, which the song's creators have condemned.
Entertainment | Music | Arts | Food | NationNPR | July 25, 2017 7:44 a.m.
It was only a matter of time before fans of the Broadway hit sought out culinary tributes to their most treasured folk hero. Here are historically minded ideas to eat like the founding father.
Need some new summer jams? Our panel of public-radio music buffs recommends tracks by Nooky Jones, Juana Molina, Downtown Boys and more.
A sense of gathering storms, of laughing at the darkness, informed Ritter's most recent record, Gathering. In an Essay for All Songs Considered, he explains the process.