Review: Film Shows Ramblin' Jack Elliott Through His Daughter's Eyes

Documentary falls short of detailing his vast musical influence but is a warm portrait of an intriguing artist and his life.

Georgia DJ Runs Tables At DMC Finals

Klever unseats 1999 champ P-Trix at Disco Mix Club's U.S. championships

Digital Flashback: N.Y. Club Owners Bring Live Music Online

New York Music Festival was early exponent of cybercast technology.

Billy Bragg, Shawn Colvin Charm New Yorkers In Outdoor Show

Colvin's solo acoustic set gives way to Bragg's playing material, culled from Woody Guthrie archives.

David Bowie Closes Varied Glastonbury Festival

More than 100,000 attend 30th annual, three-day concert in England.

Digital Flashback: Beating The Rolling Stones To The Web

A rock band called Severe Tire Damage claims to have gotten there first, in June 1993.

Digital Flashback: Tibetan Freedom Concert Webcast Broadens Awareness

Beastie Boy Adam Yauch and friends used Internet to reach wider audience.

Perry Farrell, Afrika Bambaataa Top Peaceful 6th Element

Outdoor New York dance party featured diverse music, no conflict.

Digital Flashback: Public Enemy Test Sales Formats

Rappers entered digital arena a year ago with There's a Poison Goin' On.

Digital Flashback: Goes Public

It's been a rocky year on the market for downloadable music Web site.

Digital Flashback: The Cure For Internet Distribution

British band became first major artists to distribute a CD exclusively via Web.

Digital Flashback: Real Gets Into The MP3 Business

One year ago this week, RealNetworks announced successful launch of RealJukebox.

Digital Flashback: Stocks And Bands

Investors were high on online music a year ago, when Liquid Audio prepared for an initial public offering.

Digital Flashback: CDs Bring Digital Music To The Masses

Shiny discs, the source for most MP3s, were introduced 19 years ago.

3 Doors Down Living The Better Life Thanks to 'Kryptonite'

Rock band's radio hit has bandmembers out on their first national tour.

Ex–Stone Roses Singer Uses Jail Time To Fuel Latest LP

Ian Brown, convicted of threatening a flight attendant, turned incarceration into inspiration.

Digital Flashback: Phishing For Tapes On Web

Like the Grateful Dead, jam-band Phish allow their fans to record and trade live concerts noncommercially.

Beanie Sigel Steps To The Front Of Would-Be Rap Dynasty

With a top-10 debut album, the Philadelphia rapper is now working on a supergroup with mentor Jay-Z.

Digital Flashback: Over-30 Record Buyers A New Majority

For the first time since the RIAA began profiling consumers, younger fans were in the minority.

Digital Flashback: CDs Arrive In The West

First players arrived in Europe 17 years ago this month.

Music, Internet Expo Attendees Express Frustration With Digital Music

Ice-T sums up frustration shared at the New York event: 'The site was cool, but ... I never got to your music.'

Music, Internet Expo Attendees Express Frustration With Digital Music

Ice-T sums up the troubles shared at the New York event: 'The site was cool, but ... I never got to your music.'

Digital Flashback: Early Days Of Copy Protection

Three years ago this week, Liquid Audio introduced a secure format for music files.

Marilyn Manson Lectures At Alternative-Information Conference

Shock rocker tells Disinfo.Con crowd that music isn't responsible for children's behavior — parents and schools are.