uDiscover presents a who’s who guide to all 58 of the famous icons on The Beatles’ groundbreaking album cover for Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
The soundtrack of the 1969 film Easy Rider, including Steppenwolf's 'Born To Be Wild,' was performed live last week to a screening of the iconic movie.
Robbie Robertson’s career-spanning collection, ‘Testimony’, will be released on 24 November, offering a reminder of the guitarist’s undoubted importance.
Just Around Midnight: Rock and Roll and the Racial Imagination, which examines the racial politics of rock in the 1960s, will be published on 26 September.
An extended edition of the book that came closer than any other to being a George Harrison autobiography. I Me Mine, will be out on 4 October.
As June turned to July in 1979, the second Dire Straits album Communique reached a No. 5 peak in the UK and became the third-highest new entry in the US.
Paul Simon has become the oldest male solo artist to top the UK album chart with Stranger To Stranger, which also debuts at No. 3 in the US.
In the final part of uDiscover's series from rare 1995 interviews with Keith Richards and Mick Jagger, they discuss how the Stones sang Dylan.
To mark the the Rolling Stones' Totally Stripped album, uDiscover presents super-rare 1995 interviews with Mick and Keith, today with part 1 of 4.
The Traveling Wilburys are on streaming services for the first time ever, while their acclaimed box set, ‘The Traveling Wilburys Collection’, gets reissued.
Five acts rumoured to be on the same bill at the Coachella site in October (Stones, McCartney etc) have given their strongest hint yet about taking part.
American roots music defined British folk-rock as much as Sandy Denny and Fairport. uDiscover traces the genre’s US influences.
uDiscover tours the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's current Dylan, Cash, and the Nashville Cats: A New Music City exhibit.
George Thorogood, currently on a run of Canadian dates, has been talking about his admiration for groups such as Steppenwolf and the Allman Brothers Band.
Blues-rock pioneer Lonnie Mack, who played with such greats as James Brown and Freddie King and had his own big hit in 1963 with 'Memphis,' has died at 74.
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