Released in April 1972, the debut album by Raspberries’ became a defining document of a sound that later came to...
This week 44 years ago, UK record-buyers went mad for a song written by a quintessential French romantic vocalist. The song was 'She' by Charles Aznavour.
The death of Bobby Womack may not come as entirely surprising news, given his poor health of recent years and the fact that he had been diagnosed with both cancer and Alzheimer’s...
This was still the world of the crooners, of Sinatra, Martin, Crosby, Cole and Al Martino; on the female side, of Patti Page, Kay Starr and Kitty Kallen...
He was 19, and still so unknown that they spelt his name wrong. Frank Sinatra’s first driver’s licence is up for auction.
Female power-pop pioneers the Go-Go’s were inducted into the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame on Saturday, playing a special set at the 15th annual ceremony.
It’s emerged that a track from ‘Ultraviolence’, ‘Brooklyn Baby,’ was due to feature Lou Reed. Lana Del Rey had said that she wanted to work with him.
Record Mirror published its first issue 60 years ago today, on June 17 1954, with legendary singer Winifred Atwell on the cover.
The passing of American broadcasting legend Casey Kasem has got us reminiscing about a programme that was a landmark in radio for chart buffs everywhere.
Keep the wasps off that ice cream with our hand-picked playlist, dedicated to the place which you may well be listening to music this summer: the park.
From folk-pop, psychedelia, country-rock, to hair metal and hip-hop, music has been integral to California’s cultural identity.
Dame Vera Lynn debuted on the album chart yesterday, making the “Forces’ Sweetheart” the oldest artist ever to appear in the U.K. album top 20, at 97 years.
Annie Lennox Nostalgia is an album of cover versions of songs from the classic era of American songwriting
The Something For The Weekend playlist is perfect to get you in the mood.
That Friday feeling prompts a playlist of tunes both classic and modern on the subject of the weekend. We begin with Eddie Cochran’s posthumous UK hit...
As the last surviving member of pop harmony giants the Mamas and the Papas, we celebrate Michelle Phillips' musical legacy on her birthday 4 June 1944.