- Living the indie dream
- With his fresh-faced complexion and casual grey t-shirt, Cui Renyu could easily be mistaken for a recent university graduate. In fact, he is 36 years old. And when it comes to music, over a decade working in the industry has taught him much more than any university ever could.
- The Backstreet Boys are back
- American pop group Backstreet Boys are coming back to China, and will perform in Beijing as the part of their Asia tour on May 25, 2013.
- Psy wows Harvard with global appeal
- South Korean rapper Psy said he "partied hard" when his dance number drew its first 10 million views on YouTube last summer. Little did he know "Gangnam Style" would become the most-viewed video in the online service's history, with a global following and nearly 1.6 billion views as of Thursday.
- Cirque's new Michael Jackson show to debut
- Cirque du Soleil and the Estate of Michael Jackson unveiled Michael Jackson ONE Tuesday at a press preview in Las Vegas. It is a new creation to take residency exclusively at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.
- Songs of the world serenade Shanghai
- During the rush hour of a recent afternoon in the busy Xujiahui area of Shanghai, passengers stopped by an outdoor stage to listen to the performance of exotic Indian music. Many were surprised to learn that the performer was Bombay Jayashri, singer of Pi's Lullaby from the film Life of Pi.
- Dragons make sweet sounds
- Dragon Quartet, a new group founded by four Chinese classical music stars, will perform in Beijing as part of their 2013 tour.
- Jackson defense witness files sex abuse claim
- A choreographer and television personality who was a key witness in Michael Jackson's successful defense against child molestation charges is seeking permission to file a claim against the singer's estate alleging the pop superstar sexually abused him as a child, court records and an attorney said.
- Zhao takes his love songs live
- Chinese bass singer Zhao Peng's 13 CDs are well-known among lovers of high-fidelity recordings, but there have been few opportunities to see him live.
- Wang Feng rocks
- Wang Feng, one of China's most famous rock musicians, will conquer the stage in Guangzhou this Saturday.