Music Genres outlines the most popular styles and forms of music, from hip-hop, jazz and even Grand Ole Opry country. Yee-haw.
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The stereotype that female opera singers are all overweight is as old as the opera itself. But is weight really necessary to be a great soprano?
By Meg Sparwath
Bach was and is a towering figure in musical history, but what is it that makes him so great?
The addictive kid's song is now the most-downloaded YouTube video of all time. And before that, it accomplished the rare feat of hitting the Billboard charts. It's not the only kiddie song to make it big.
During the early 1960s, many songs featuring tragic teen deaths, usually in car crashes, became huge hits. What was behind this morbid craze?
Soprano Audrey Luna sings an A over high C, the highest note ever achieved onstage at the Metropolitan Opera.
Not everyone agrees that as you age, you only want to hear the oldies.
By Dave Roos
From fleek to bling to hood, hip-hop and teen culture influence the evolution of American and global English.
By Chris Opfer
The Grand Ole Opry made Nashville the country music capital of the world. Check out our list of 14 notable Grand Ole Opry performers to take the stage at Ryman Auditorium, including Patsy Cline Porter Wagner and Elvis.