Music and art will always go together, as artwork can be as much a part of a record as the sound. Music fans have always taken pleasure from looking again and again...
Yusuf/ Cat Stevens celebrates 50-year career with new album 'The Laughing Apple' released through Decca Records on 15 September 2017
In the final part of our interview with Rick Wakeman, he tells us why he's going to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame after all, plus more on Piano Portraits.
In the second of our three-part interview with Rick Wakeman, the great instrumentalist remembers his 1971 sessions with David Bowie.
Rick Wakeman has been talking to uDiscover about his new solo album Piano Portraits. Here, in the first of three parts, he explains how the record came about.
Rick Wakeman will release his new solo album Piano Portraits, a collection of solo piano interpretations of a wide variety of material, on 13 January, 2017.
The death of Leonard Cohen, at the age of 82, has prompted a wave of tributes to the great Canadian singer, songwriter and poet.
Cat Stevens' emergence as an album artist came to full fruition when Teaser and the Firecat, entered the UK charts on 2 October, 1971.
Yusuf Islam has announced his A Cat's Attic tour, to feature “stripped-down, introspective” performances by the revered singer-songwriter.
As term time comes to an end, uDiscover presents a School's Out playlist starring Chuck Berry, the Beach Boys, Louis Armstrong, Alice Cooper and many more.
Unique producer/writer/musician and all-around one-off Kim Fowley passed away yesterday (January 15) at 75. He'd been undergoing treatment for cancer.
One of the reggae greats was ending the 1960s in style 45 years ago, when Jimmy Cliff made his US top 40 debut with ‘Wonderful World, Beautiful People.’
Watch James McCartney guesting with The Cure on a 34-track tribute album to James' dad titled ‘The Art Of McCartney.’
Island Life is coming back to London, with the famous label staging what’s intended as the first in a series of gigs featuring its hottest talent.
The bands that recorded at Olympic Studios reads like a who’s who of popular music - The Beatles, Stones, Zeppelin, Queen, The Who, U2 - all worked there.
1973 was a great year for music with fabulous albums released by legendary artists.