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  • How music became an industry: on 'Selling Sounds'

    Among the fascinating examples of early music-industry advertising reproduced in "Selling Sounds," the most striking is a 1913 image that pairs a photograph of legendary tenor Enrico Caruso, costumed for "Aida," with one of his Victor Red Seal recordings. ???B
  • Monday's TV Highlights: Kelly Cutrone in a new series

    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Jan. 31 - Feb. 6, in PDF format This week's TV Movies PUBLIC RELATIONS: Public relations agent Kelly Cutrone is featured in the new, unscripted series "Kell on Earth" at...

    ‘I Laugh, Ho, Ho, at Black Hand,’ Caruso Says

    March 6, 1920: Enrico Caruso laughs at threatening letters from the Black Hand. “I will sing in Brooklyn on Monday!” he vows.

    Library of Congress and Sony Music team for 'National Jukebox' free streaming of vintage recordings

    This post has been corrected. See note at bottom for details. The Library of Congress is flipping a switch Tuesday that will open a large chunk of the national archive of more than 3 million music and spoken-word recordings for...

    Nashville offers a music bonanza

    Nashville offers a music bonanza
    — Nashville's "Music City" nickname has always been pronounced with a Southern accent. Nashville is, after all, the home of the Grand Ole Opry, the stomping grounds of Hank Williams and a magnet for talented country artists. But a person can...