For a singer's music to be interesting, it should shine a light to the human soul or show testament to everyday life. Ed Sheeran does neither here.
The musical pairings we would like to see in 2012.
A look at one of 2011's biggest success stories: Tony Bennett and his #1 album, Duets II; with insights from his son/manager.
A look at the similarities of new artist Lana Del Rey and the late Amy Winehouse.
Winehouse is fantastically fierce on Lioness.
Monika Borzym's debut album features jazz covers of contemporary tunes,
Sinking into these waters is a rewarding experience.
Enigma in life and in death, as toxicology leaves Amy Winehouse's untimely passing unsolved.
One half of the celebrated songwriting duo Ashford and Simpson, Nick Ashford leaves behind a "solid" legacy.
Some people only appreciate an artist’s contribution to music after he or she has died. Why is that?