February 8, 2012 - Bjork brought her "Biophilia" residency to New York's Hall of Science last week, and even jaded New Yorkers seemed to be dazzled by the mix of science, philosophy and music that the alt-rock icon offered.
June 4, 2009 - Born behind the iron curtain in 1980, singer/songwriter pianist Regina Spektor spent her early years in Moscow. As the only daughter of a music teacher mom and violinist dad, Spektor began piano lessons at age six.
January 5, 2009 - When one thinks of Bjork, the first adjective that pops up is probably "unpredictable." The Icelandic singer has been adept at mixing genres and reinventing herself throughout her long career.
December 31, 2008 - Bjork has helped to establish a venture fund that will invest in companies that are socially and environmentally responsible and will help restore Iceland's battered economy, according to Billboard. The singer established the fund--which she named BJORK--with Reykjavik-based firm Audur Capital.