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Taylor Swift’s vault tracks game scrambles Google — and reveals new track titles

The pop star sent her most dedicated fans on a virtual Easter egg hunt Tuesday to unlock tracks titles from her soon-to-be re-released album, “1989 (Taylor’s Version),” coming out Oct. 27.

Photographer Danny Clinch, on learning his craft in Boston when the ‘music scene was awesome,’ and clicking with Bruce Springsteen

Clinch's photos are among those featured in the exhibit “Bruce Springsteen: Portraits of an American Music Icon,” now on display at the Folk Americana Roots Hall of Fame at the Wang Theatre.

Celebrating its 400th anniversary, the leading name in crashing, banging, and clanging has made a home here

Cymbal-maker Zildjian, described as the oldest family-run business in America, was founded in Turkey in 1623 but now makes its home in Norwell. On Wednesday, it's planning quite a bash to mark its milestone.


At MGM Music Hall, a Janelle Monáe joy ride

The spirit of Sunday’s show was that of an all-inclusive, breathlessly euphoric party.

Sammy Rae & The Friends spread love and care to each other and their fans

The band will return to Roadrunner on Sept. 21.

‘Madama Butterfly’ is a poignant American tragedy at Boston Lyric Opera

Helmed by a mostly Asian American creative team, BLO’s inventive new production begins in San Francisco’s glittering Chinatown circa 1941.

Rolling Stone co-founder Jann Wenner removed from Rock Hall leadership after controversial comments

Wenner has been removed from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Foundation’s board of directors after making comments that were seen as disparaging toward Black and female musicians.


At TD Garden, Peter Gabriel puts on a show like no other

If Peter Gabriel’s sold-out TD Garden show on Thursday were someone’s first concert, they might walk out with a number of misconceptions about how these things are done.