The groundbreaking gangsta rap of N.W.A, the Catholic pan-American rock of Los Lobos, the expansive progressive rock of Yes and the boundary-stretching R&B of Janet Jackson have earned each of those acts a shot at induction next year into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which has announced its field of 15 nominees
Salvador Brotons stands still and gazes into space. A rare moment of silence. He's listening, inside his head, to Sergei Prokofiev's ballet "Romeo and Juliet" -- clearing away all other sounds and distractions, steadying himself, summoning the precisely right tempo.
George Strait -- the old-school, traditional, consistent, semi-retired Country Music Hall of Fame member -- might be the last person anyone would expect to join the trend-conscious movement of stars dropping a completed album with no advanced notice.
TEMPE, Ariz. — An Arizona music festival was scheduled to resume Sunday for a Kanye West performance after as many as 12 people were injured when a crowd rushed a stage Saturday night, officials said Sunday.