'It's OK' was another summer anthem and another hit from the band's revitalising 1976 album.
Bob Geldof and Midge Ure are organising a fourth incarnation of Band Aid’s ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas’ to raise funds for the fight against Ebola.
The second album by the British singer-songwritrer swiftly built on the success of his 'Human Racing' debut, released only nine months earlier.
On November 5, Bryan Adams' 'Reckless' album hits 30, Bryan turns 55, and Universal prepare to unveil a brand new 30th anniversary edition.
Culture Club’s commercial heyday may have been drawing to a close, but ‘Waking Up With The House On Fire' still became their third US platinum album in less than two years.
Moonlight Sinatra. Two weeks after the 2nd session for this album, Frank turned 50 and released a new single, the apptly titled ‘It Was A Very Good Year'.
The Spice Girls’ debut 1996 hit ‘Wannabe’ is the catchiest song ever, according to the results of a new online experiment.
The early years of one of the most influential bands of the past three decades, R.E.M., is being celebrated in December with their ‘IRS Singles Box.’
‘All You Need Is Love’ is back in a Billboard top ten, courtesy of Dave Koz and guests such as Stevie Wonder and Johnny Mathis.
The best duets of all time. Open your ears, and enjoy the company of two voices, very often singing as one, and always singing brilliantly.
Polar/Universal have announced that on November 10, ABBA will have their entire catalogue made available as a digital box set by iTunes as ‘The Collection.’
Tired of the inflight audio channels? Something For The air is the ultimate inflight playlist, over 100 songs that'll last a transatlantic flight...
We’re remembering Alan Murphy, a great British guitarist with Kate Bush, Go West, Mike + the Mechanics and Level 42, who died 25 years ago exactly.
Neil Diamond announces a major European tour for summer 2015 — and read on to preview the whole of his new album before its release next week.
The BBC's new all-star 'God Only Knows' marks the top 20 UK singles debut in his own name of Brian Wilson.