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Music Online, the umbrella for a group of streaming audio databases we subscribe to, has added a boatload of albums licensed from Universal, bringin
Bill Arhos, the Austin PBS executive who created Austin City Limits passed away at age 80 on April 11. “The idea for Austin City Limits was not just his alone, but he brought it to life, and he kept the show going and growing through some difficult times,” said ACL executive producer and longti
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh will be introducing Kathleen Hanna's appearance at the Wilbur Theatre on April 9 in conjunction with declaring it Riot Grrrl Day in Boston.
April 7 marks the 100th anniversary of Billie Holiday's birth. NPR marks the occasion with an article:
The current edition of the Pollstar Booking Agency Directory is on display in the Reading
We'll be open regular hours on Easter Sunday, which means we won't open until 1:00 p.m.
Today, the internet will no doubt be full of April Fool's jokes, but it's worth singling out a few music-related April Fool's jokes from recent years that were particularly imaginative and that tie in to our library resources.
We have just expanded our online coverage of the journal 
The Library of Congress has announced the 2014 entries for the National Recording Registry.
If you're taking LENG-201 this semester, you'll be attending a library workshop that covers, among other topics, how to evaluate the credib