Taiwan singer Huang Hsiao Hu (Tiger Huang Xiaohu), hailed as "the Queen of Pubs", attends a press conference to promoted her new album "More about Love" in Beijing on Tuesday.
Award-winning Hong Kong singer-actor, Hacken Lee, recently released his latest album, Deja Vu, in Beijing, his first Mandarin album since 2006.
Music doesn't stop for Madonna, and neither does the controversy.
Dream Theater, the American progressive metal band will return to the stage of Beijing.
Cajun music and China are two things that normally don't meet in the same sentence.
Hong Kong DJ and entertainer Anders Nelsson brings back the golden age of rock 'n' roll for a baby boomer reunion concert.
The band Mayday will stage a concert at Beijing's Bird's Nest on April 30.
Singer Summer Lei (Lei Kwang-hsia) will appear at the Jue Music + Art festival.
Tel Aviv's innovative act Eatliz will bring its spectacular visual performances and genre-crossing music to China for the first time.
Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards has apologized to Mick Jagger for derogatory comments.
The 9-year-old Zhang Keran will stage a solo concert of Mozart piano classics.
Global Business magazine doesn't often deal with music, but a recent article about pop rock musician Wang Feng has captivated public attention.