Who wrote the first ever blues song and what was the first ever recorded blues song? We dig deep to find out the fascinating history of recorded blues.
Motown giant Smokey Robinson has been named as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s latest Music Master, the 20th artist to be so honoured.
To those in the know, Ian Stewart was not only a co-founder of the Rolling Stones, but the sixth member. ‘Stu’ was born in Fife, Scotland, on July 18, 1938.
uDiscover reviews Apple Music, as we approach the end of the first week of Apple’s much-vaunted entry into the world of music streaming.
May 18 marks the release on vinyl by Universal Music Catalogue of no fewer than six albums from the 1970s and ‘80s catalogue of the mighty Beach Boys.
The Blues are all about the individual; at one with their music & feelings, and no better does a guitarist who feels every nuance of the blues.
We’re teaming with our friends at Original Soundtracks to focus on another landmark movie score album, this time Quentin Tarantino's 'Pulp Fiction.'
Eric Clapton and Little Richard will be inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame, in conjunction with the 36th Blues Music Awards, on May 7 in Memphis.
Foo Fighters hosted a star-studded tribute to Dave Grohl on Saturday night (10) in a star-studded show at the Forum in Los Angeles.
Rick and his Stone Canyon Band found new success with first the 'Garden Party' single, then the album of the same name.
You like to boogie, then this playlist is for you. Creedence Clearwater Revival were part of a great tradition of artists that boogied on down.
Chuck Berry is a 2014 Polar Music Prize laureate. The million kronor prize was founded by Stig 'Stikkan' Anderson, the publisher and manager of ABBA.
While there have been numerous apostles there's a select band who have been elevated to status of Guitar God – who are they and what makes them so special?
In 1968 the Bonzo Dog Band asked ‘Can Blue Men Sing The Whites?’ It was their take on a musical question that was being raised by many music journalists.
When they started, Mick, Keith, Charlie, Brian & Bill took inspiration from artists like Muddy Waters, whose record, 'Rollin' Stone' gave them their name.