Let’s raise a Stetson to Don Williams, the king of smooth, old-school country, born on May 27, 1939 in the Texas town of Floydada, and still going strong.
U2’s Bono and The Edge have confirmed that they’re working with John Carney on ‘Sing Street,’ a new musical film based on Carney’s childhood.
A rare acetate record by the Velvet Underground in 1966, a year before their album ‘The Velvet Underground & Nico,’ is to go back up for auction in July.
The Queen Extravaganza European Tour started with a rocking show in Belgium on Monday night.
Elvis Costello will play his first-ever solo headline dates at New York’s hallowed Carnegie Hall next month, titled ‘The Last Year of My Youth’.
Ella’s announced that her long-awaited solo debut single is coming soon. ‘If I Go’ will be released by Virgin/EMI, produced by Jarred Rogers.
Originally with a working title of Sons Of Beaches, Mercury released the album as an LP and Bon Jovi renamed it New Jersey, in honor of their home state.
Mary Chapin Carpenter has been a songwriting treasure for more than 25 years and she’s announced a UK visit in September to play four concerts.
Rob Zombie is staying busy following up last years album 'Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor' with a live DVD, a book and a spring tour on the way.
An all star concert to celebrate 75 years of Blue Note Records is now available on the National Public Radio web site (Blue Note at 75, The Concert).
In a world where everything is on shuffle, get back to basics, to listen to these Motown albums from top to bottom in the way they were intended.
It was on March 27, 1957 that guitarist Barney Kessel took a teenager into the studio to cut three songs for Verve Records.
uDiscover sat down with Peter Frampton and Jerry Shirley of Humble Pie to discuss Peter's choices for his Desert Island Discs.
Watch Humble Pie’s Q&A behind the name.
You want to convince someone that the Blues are great? What is it that makes them so good and what has made them so popular around the world?