Listen to some of the well-known and more obscure entries on Billboard's first-ever Hot 100, for the week of August...
On 26 August 1950, Patti entered the US charts with the song that became her first No. 1.
An extended edition of the book that came closer than any other to being a George Harrison autobiography. I Me Mine, will be out on 4 October.
Yusuf Islam has announced his A Cat's Attic tour, to feature “stripped-down, introspective” performances by the revered singer-songwriter.
Nigel Gray, the man who recorded and engineered the first three albums by The Police, passed away last Saturday (30 July).
Elton John is appearing in one of his own music videos for the first time in 11 years, to promote his Love Bravery charity line with Lady Gaga.
The latest sales awards from UK industry body the BPI show that the Carpenters have struck gold again, with their 2000 compilation The Singles 1969-1981.
Paul Simon has become the oldest male solo artist to top the UK album chart with Stranger To Stranger, which also debuts at No. 3 in the US.
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Celebrating 50 years of friendship, all four members of ABBA reunited on stage on 5 June 2016 for their first public performance in 30 years.
The ABBA classic 'Dancing Queen' was elevated to United Nations status last week, as this video and our story explains.
uDiscover celebrates a enduring ballad that connects Glenn Miller, Louis Armstrong, Rick Nelson, Norah Jones and the Rolling Stones, 'The Nearness Of You,'
Simple Minds’ classic 1982 album, ‘New Gold Dream (81,82,83,84)’, gets a six-disc deluxe box set reissue on 29 July, with a host of unreleased recordings.
Released in 1982 New Gold Dream (81–82–83–84) was Simple Minds 5th album in 3 years and it was a commercial and critical breakthrough they were seeking
Pet Sounds is 50 years old and is regarded as one of the greatest albums of all time. Bruce Johnston talks exclusively to uDiscover about its making
Louis Armstrong was the man who toppled the Beatles from No.1 in America.