- Arts & Culture - Read interesting articles on art, music and performing arts topics.
- Duke's Music Class - Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington (1899-1974) was a multi-talented musician who would became famous as a composer, jazz bandleader, as a pianist. Learn about his life and his music.
- Kids and Families Page - Library of Congress - View the collections, stories , webcasts and find out what happened today in history.
- Meet Amazing Americans - America's Story - Discover the inventors, politicians, performers, activists and other everyday people who made this country what it is today.
- Music - Library of Congress Collection - Recordings of a variety of types of music from the Library of Congress.
- Music Database - PBS American Masters - Learn about some of the most influential and significant American musicians like Ray Charles, Bob Dylan, Louis Armstrong, and many more.
- National Jukebox - Historical recordings from the Library of Congress.
- New York - HomeworkNYC.org - This is a great resource for kids on many different subjects - from languages to science.
- PBS Jazz - Learn more about the history of Jazz. Check out some famous Jazz musicians. Become a member of the online Jazz band.
- Performing Arts and Music - Library of Congress - Explore these collections of sheet music, books, dance manuals, and other historical items.
- Radio Africa - Listen to diverse music of Africa.
- Smithsonian Jazz - Explore, appreciate, experience jazz.
- Musician - Musicians and singers compose, sing, and play music. They perform solo or as part of a group. They perform in sound studios and on stage. They also perform on television and in movies. Some musicians go on concert tours, traveling all over the U.S. and the world.
- I Hear America Singing - Have you ever thought about how American songs developed? This PBS site has a timeline covering the history of the American Concert Song as well as information on the writers, composers, artists, and movements that left their mark.
- Musicians & Composers - America's Story - Their passion was music and they shared it with the world. Features Leonard Bernstein, Duke Ellington, and John Philip Sousa.