Every decade has a few acts that are lost to time for whatever reason. Here are eight from the 80s...
8 May 1965. When DA Pennebaker pointed his camera at Bob Dylan in a London alley, did he realise he was making what many consider to be the most influential music video...
Top Of The Pops was Britain’s longest-running and best-loved pop show, and many classic live performances were performed on its stage.
Kay Starr, who scored such huge 1950s hits as 'Wheel Of Fortune' and 'Rock And Roll Waltz' in a seven-decade career, died on 3 November, 2016, aged 94.
Kylie sat down with Pop legend Marc Almond to talk about his musical style, influences and more, in part 1 of our interview.
Donovan wlll receive the Real Love Award at the 36th annual John Lennon Tribute in New York in December, and says Lennon has 'written a song' through him.
Nearly 35 years since their last public performance together, Abba return…
The death has been confirmed of 1980s UK pop star Pete Burns, who came to fame as the frontman of electronic pop act Dead Or Alive.
Bobby Vee who had a string of hit singles in the early 1960s passed away Monday 24 October 2016.
Mervyn 'Muff' Winwood will receive the A&R Icon title at the inaugural A&R Awards in London in November 2016.
The death has been announced of the great British songwriter Rod Temperton. He was 66 and had been suffering from cancer.
Cat Stevens' emergence as an album artist came to full fruition when Teaser and the Firecat, entered the UK charts on 2 October, 1971.
Reinventing their classic hits, Simple Minds release ‘Simple Minds Acoustic’ on 1 November.
The very idea of a group of young men singing together in harmony has been the bedrock of pop music for as long as young people have been buying records.
The dramatic and often tragic life story of the Big 'O', Roy Orbison will be the subject of a new motion picture now underway and expected in 2018.
In celebration of the 40th anniversary reissue of ABBA's Arrival on 7 October, fans can now put themselves and their friends on the album cover.