Digital Flashback: Missing The Revolution, Washington Style

Telecommunications Act of 1996 failed to recognize Internet — except as target for censorship.

Guthrie Exhibit Honors 'Original American Folk Hero'

Traveling collection detailing life and music of political balladeer pulls into New York.

Guthrie Exhibit Honors 'Original American Folk Hero'

Traveling collection detailing life and music of political balladeer pulls into New York.

µ-ziq Unleashes Rocking Alter Ego Onstage

British electronica musician — Mike Paradinas — departs from mellow sound to get packed house dancing.

Digital Flashback: MP3 Software In One Package

Three years ago, MusicMatch Jukebox made it easier to create digital-music collections.

Digital Flashback: Primus Enhance Themselves

Quirky rockers released multimedia-packed Tales From the Punchbowl four years ago this week.

Suicide, Silver Apples Wow Festival-Goers

Six-day New York showcase of electronic composers and improvisers includes closing set by DJ Food.

Suicide, Silver Apples Wow Festival-Goers

Six-day New York showcase of electronic composers and improvisers includes closing set by DJ Food.

Experiments Run Wild At NY Electronic Fest

Performers mix erotic dancing with minidisc player samples, strum cello like guitar at weeklong event.

Digital Flashback: Victory For Home Tapers

16-year-old Supreme Court decision laid groundwork for digital copying rights.

Suicide To Anchor Weekend Performances At N.Y. Electronic Fest

Punk-rock/synth-pop band had hard time finding place to play 20 years ago, duo's Alan Vega says.

Digital Flashback: Samplers Run Amok

This week in 1991, digitally aided hits by Vanilla Ice, MC Hammer ruled charts.

Digital Flashback: CDs Bury Vinyl

This week in 1988, year-end sales figures signaled a sea change in music formats.

Digital Flashback: Pearl Jam Get MP3'd

Two years ago this month, college student introduces the world to MP3 format.

Digital Flashback: Labels Team Up To Battle Online Piracy

Secure Digital Music Initiative aims to make cyberspace safe — and profitable — for music industry.

Digital Flashback: One Small Step For Tori Amos ...

One giant leap for artists using cyberspace to get their music to listeners before release.

Orton, Crenshaw Sing Some Of Century's Best

Jimmie Dale Gilmore joins in for revue ranging from 'Take Me Out to the Ballgame' to 'Louie Louie.'

Short 'N Sync Set Wows Girls At Benefit

Wyclef Jean, Monica, Destiny's Child also perform at show, raising $450,000 for AIDS-education charity.

Chili Peppers Play 1,300 Feet Up

Funk-rockers perform new single and other songs in show atop World Trade Center.

Clash Documentary Covers Band's Career Highs, Lows

Director Don Letts lets bandmembers do most of the talking in 'Westway to the World.'

Sheryl Crow Rocks Central Park With Keith Richards, Dixie Chicks

Free show, some of it televised live, also features Eric Clapton, Sarah McLachlan, Stevie Nicks, Chrissie Hynde.

Dylan Duets With Costello At Rare Club Show

Their impromptu 'I Shall Be Released' caps two-and-a-half-hour gig.

U.S. Clubs Get Wired For Webcasts

Digital Festival, featuring performances by Public Enemy and Bush, introduces new online network.

Clubs Around Country Get Wired For Webcasts

Digital Club Festival, featuring performances by Public Enemy and Bush, introduces new online network.