Music 101 highlights the early years of hip-hop.
Music 101 honors Juneteenth, the date Union soldiers landed in Texas and shared news that the war had ended and enslaved people were free.
More than 50 years later, the music of change still inspires us all.
This week on Music 101, Margot remembers the life, music, and incredible influence of Burt Bacharach.
Not many artists had seen their music has cross as many genres, and generations, as Nile Rodgers.
This week’s Music 101 covers the concept of La Onda, the “Mexican Woodstock” held in 1971, and how rock music came to be banned in Mexico.
Songwriters get their ideas in many ways, including from actual events.
This episode of Music 101 highlights how LGBTQ+ musicians helped shape and influence music as we know it today.
Some musicians knocked it out of the park with their debut single, while others took longer to find their footing.
This week, Music 101 highlights women whose contributions have created the building blocks of music today.
In honor of International Women’s Day (March 8), Music 101 explores the history of the women’s lib movement through songs.
February is Black History Month in the U.S., and this week Music 101 takes another look at the music of the Civil Rights movement.