Disco was the music of liberation, inclusiveness, and empowerment with a four-on-the-floor bassline as its rallying cry.
ABBA’s 40th anniversary celebrations move up another notch with the next addition to the ‘ABBA Deluxe Edition’ series, their ‘Gracias Por La Musica’ album.
Neil Diamond’s first album via his new deal with Capitol/Universal, ‘Melody Road,’ will be released on October 21.
Rod Stewart shows no signs of easing up on his touring itinerary, announcing that ‘The Hits Tour’ will go to Australia and New Zealand in 2015.
With the most famous Scandinavian pop group ever about to reach another new generation, It’s a great time to view the scope of ABBA’s global conquests.
News of a vinyl excess of INXS, as the Australian rock giants are celebrated with a brand new, 10 LP deluxe box set, ‘INXS – All The Voices.'
'Dire Straits - digging deeper...' is a hand curated playlist from the uDiscover A&R team of the less well known tracks from the band's back catalogue.
August 1974 and America welcome New Scandinavian Sensations Abba and Waterloo to No.6 on the Billboard chart
Tony Visconti has worked with David Bowie, T.Rex, Badfinger, U2, The Moody Blues & Morrissey, all of which has earned him the respect of his peers
This is the date in 1966 that the phenomenon of Dusty in our living rooms became a regular occurrence, when Dusty Springfield's BBC TV series first aired.
Elton's catalogue makes him a worthy candidate for uDiscover’s next playlist of lesser-known treasures. Welcome to Elton John - digging deeper...
On August 14, 1982, with a song that is already 53 years old, the UK chart welcomes a new name: Sting.
In the lead-up to the release of their classic 1979 Wembley concert, get in the mood with our playlist of ABBA - digging deeper...
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 Statue 4 Eppy campaign steps up next month, with another studio session on the song raising funds for a Brian Epstein statue to be erected in Liverpool.
Right around this time in 1969, Kiki Dee made her parents proud. becoming the first British white female to sign to the already mighty Motown label.