Released in April 1972, the debut album by Raspberries’ became a defining document of a sound that later came to...
The dates, all slated for 2020, include gigs in London, Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester, Aberdeen, Glasgow and Leeds.
Inspired by Oscar Wilde, ‘Eternity’ is the artist’s personal interpretation of Wilde’s poem ‘The True Knowledge’.
Tickets for the shows go on sale on Saturday, 10 November. Support for all the shows comes from Jess Glynne.
'Out Of Our Heads' is the first single from Take That's new album 'Odyssey', released by Polydor on 23 November.
The new rendition is the third in a series of artist covers in support of the Mercury Phoenix Trust, helping the global fight against HIV/AIDS.
The album features Carpenter's new arrangements of the group's timeless, original vocal and instrumental tracks.
The Canadian singer-songwriter recently debuted his new song on 'The Late Late Show With James Corden'.
The set makes a winning start on the festive countdown, published weekly from mid-October to early January each year.
Initially released in October 2017, the record debuted on Billboard’s Top Seasonal Albums chart last holiday season.
The Louisiana-born favourite wrote such enduring and much-covered songs as 'Rainy Night In Georgia,' 'Polk Salad Annie' and 'Steamy Windows.'
The classic albums from 1971 and 1973 are added to McCartney's Grammy-winning reissue programme.
‘I’ll Never Love Again’ has attracted widespread critical acclaim. In their of the film, 'Billboard' called the ballad "stunning".
During the phenomenally eventful years of 1965-67, the studio changed for musicians & producers from being a place of work to becoming a creative hub.
Def Leppard, The Cure, Roxy Music, Radiohead and LL Cool J are among this year's shortlist of possible inductees.
The 20-track retrospective honours a figurehead of country and pop.