Released on 2 May, ‘I Still Do’ sees Eric Clapton reunite with legendary producer Glyn Johns for his 23rd studio album.
Andy Newman, mulit-instrumentalist for Thunderclap Newman, who released their UK chart-topping hit ‘Something In The Air’ in 1969, had died, aged 73.
Steve Earle’s albums ‘Guitar Town’, ‘Exit 0’, ‘Copperhead Road’ and ‘The Hard Way’ are due for remastered vinyl reissue on 6 May.
Status Quo's classic albums 'On The Level', 'If You Can't Stand The Heat' and 'Whatever You Want' are reissued with a host of unreleased recordings.
Jazz great Gregory Porter release of a new video, ‘Don’t Lose Your Steam’, ahead of the release of his new album, ‘Take Me To The alley’.
Gwen Stefani makes her return with ‘This Is What The Truth Looks Like’. To celebrate, iTunes are dropping the price on her No Doubt and solo albums.
Legendary rockers KISS will broadcast their stunning 'KISS Rocks Vegas' live film in cinemas worldwide for a one-off screening on 25 May.
The deluxe edition of Grace Jones' 'Warm Leatherette' is fully remastered and comes in bespoke leatherette packaging, with a hot of bonus material.
Thrash metal pioneers Metallica are releasing super deluxe box sets of Kill ’Em All and Ride The Lightning: some of the finest archival trawls in history
Rick Wakeman’s landmark ‘Journey To The Centre Of The Earth’ album is being reissued in a fully remastered four-disc special edition on 6 May.
Major stars from the music world were honoured with awards at the 88th Oscars ceremony: Ennio Morricone, Sam Smith and Amy Winehouse
Dusty Springfield released her most iconic song, ‘You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me’, in 1966: a single that both defined her career, and the 60s.
Capturing Eric Clapton at the peak of his powers throughout the 70s, the 6LP box set 'The Live Album Collection 1970-1980' is due for release on 25 March.
The DVD Burt Bacharach: A Life In Song’, a tribute to the career and work of legendary songwriter, captures the master performing his classics live.
Last night's BRIT awards was a global affair, with Justin Bieber, Björk and Tame Impala receiving statues, while The Weeknd, Drake and Rihanna performed.