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US rock group Pearl Jam has donated proceeds from a concert in Brazil to victims of a toxic mining spill that killed 12 people.
Polaroids dance crew are representing New Zealand at the World Hip-Hop Dance Championship in the Caribbean next month.
New Zealand's music industry continues to hit grow at a steady rate and is now worth nearly half a billion dollars to the local economy.
He's one of the biggest names in modern-day hip-hop and now it's just been announced that Kendrick Lamar will be headlining the Auckland City Limits (ACL) festival in March 2016.
British popstar Robbie Williams is playing the first of two New Zealand gigs at the cricket ground turned concert venue - the first time it's been used for an arena scale performance.
British popstar Robbie Williams has touched down in New Zealand and there's no doubt about who he'll be supporting in the Rugby World Cup final.
The Aussie rock legends are back in town. Cold Chisel is in New Zealand for the tour of their new album.
A couple of big-name acts might ease the disappointment for some punters who had bought tickets to a music festival that's been forced to relocate.
If WOMAD fans were looking for an eclectic set of artists for next year's festival, they won't be disappointed.
Next year's New Zealand Festival is hosting jazz icons, indie rockers, opera singers and some Flying Nun legends.
Archie Taylor is an 11-year-old boy. He also loves to sing Opera.
Popular music festival SoulFest 2015 has been cancelled due to low ticket sales, just two weeks before artists were due to take the stage.
The lead singer of one of NZ's most iconic bands says he is "stunned" to get into the music hall of fame for a second time.
Move over Lorde - 2015's New Zealand Music Awards finalists have been announced and a South Islander is at the top of the list.
The rumour-mill has been buzzing this week after DJ Calvin Harris was spotted leaving a Thai massage parlour in downtown LA, which advertises its services for as little as $40.
Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler has demanded that Donald Trump's campaign stop playing his song Dream On, becoming the latest musician angered by his rally song choices.
More than 400,000 music lovers have flocked to the Austin City Limits Music Festival (ACL), with the event's next stop Auckland in March.
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