Trevor Ashley was performing at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival when he first heard about the mass shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida. The incident motivated him to raise funds for the victims.
Pianists Edward and Stefanie Neeman joined the Canberra Youth Orchestra for an impressive concert of Gershwin, Mendelssohn and Dvorak.
The music was nicely balanced to provide patrons with familiar classical repertoire seasoned with piquant flavours from great contemporary works.
Rihanna has been work, work, working on a new song that will feature on the latest Star Trek film.
The rivalry between Prince and Michael Jackson has resurfaced after new audio reveals the extent of Jackson's disdain for Prince.
Adele manages to lift spirits on the second night of the festival with a singalong.
He's known for his wily political interviews and influential columns, but The Project's Waleed Aly turned rock god for a charity event in Melbourne on Sunday.
With misplaced optimism, this program had been given the title Channel Crossings though as things turned out Last Night of the Poms might have been more accurate.
In his latest meant-to-shock music video, Kanye West puts himself and his wife, Kim Kardashian West, in a special breed of rarefied company.
The British singer is one of a number of industry heavyweights who are resisting the platforms in favour of traditional sales.
Think your song has been stolen? Or just wish it had? There are still plenty of reasons to climb that stairway to a court-ordered heaven.
Sydney Fringe Festival reveals highlights of its 2016 program and a new Off Broadway venue, as it continues to battle red tape and high costs.
The jury's verdict ended a high-profile copyright infringement trial that has captivated rock fans, musicians and music writers alike.
Highlights from Carmen, Turandot, La Boheme and other classic operas will be performed in this collaboration with Opera Australia.
Led Zeppelin have defeated a lawsuit which claimed they plagiarised a guitar riff featured in their hit song Stairway to Heaven.
The music has stopped for the ambitious series created by Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger about the record industry's wildest decade.
The Sydney band in the world's longest residency has made a giant leap.
Much of what was written in the Australian String Quartet's concert was composed when its composers were undergoing grief and despair - and it shows.
At 22, Jake Bugg is releasing his third album. Guy Kelly meets the folk singer who hates modern music and clubs.
Donning "It's time" T-shirts and drinking stubbies of Melbourne Bitter, Labor loyalists came from all corners to watch Anthony Albanese in action.
Taylor Swift has faced down Apple and Spotify. Now, she is expressing bad blood with YouTube.
The frontman for Something For Kate is really putting his back into a solo album and tour.
Perhaps the most enduring theme throughout the concert was the all-pervading sense of equanimity.
Rug up, it's time for the Community Cup; plus Mark Lanegan returns to Melbourne, St Kilda's new Pleasure Garden festival and more.
Nigerian popular music from the 1970s is gaining new listeners.