Spanning jazz, country, hip-hop and soul music, the best gospel songs of all time prove that the spirit can move you, no matter what your tastes.
Sinatra’s influence has spread far and wide, crossing genre boundaries with ease.
Andy Warhol's Factory house band, The Velvet Underground, recorded a number of legendary shows at The Matrix, in San Francisco, during 1969.
In late November 1949, Hank hit the chart with 'My Bucket's Got A Hole In It,' a song from well before World War II.
There are many famous album covers, but we’ve put together what we believe are the 100 greatest album covers. Find out which ones have made the cut.
Roy Orbison released 'Cry Softly Lonely One' in October 1967: an album that easily stands alongside his early classics.
Bob Dylan's producer in the second half of the '60s, Bob Johnston, also had impressive credentials in country music, celebrated in a new uDiscover playlist.
Beck Hansen has never sought to seize the mainstream, but in 1994, the mainstream seized him. 'Mellow Gold' is the next in our Beck album series.
The vinyl edition of Roger Daltrey and Wilko Johnson's 2014 collaboration ‘Going Back Home’ is the Offer of the Week in the uDiscover Deluxe Audio Store.
A seminal 1972 recording by John Martyn, which previewed his landmark ‘Solid Air,' is the Offer of the Week from Island in the uDiscover Deluxe Audio Store.
One of the great catalogues in American rock history returns to vinyl on July 31, with USM’s global release of ‘The Band: The Capitol Albums 1968-1977.’
He had a modest little preliminary bash at the Forum in Los Angeles last weekend, but today, January 14, we wish Dave Grohl a happy 46th birthday.
On August 1, 1971, it was the Beatle and the Bangla Desh Concerts, when George Harrison and his friends created a groundbreaking event
Watch James McCartney guesting with The Cure on a 34-track tribute album to James' dad titled ‘The Art Of McCartney.’
A New Basement Tapes preview of the Dylan-related project featuring Elvis Costello, Marcus Mumford and members of My Morning Jacket, Dawes and others.
How session man Paul Griffen helped everyone from Bob Dylan to Steely Dan