Winners of the fifth annual Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards will be announced on November 16.
To celebrate the reissue of 1989’s ‘Flowers In The Dirt’, Paul McCartney has unveiled previously unseen photos from the sessions by his then-wife Linda.
Legendary Grammy-Winning Mastering Engineer Tom Coyne, credited for cutting albums for Adele, Sam Smith, Keith Urban and Mark Ronson has died Aged 62.
Glen Campbell will release his final studio album Adiós on 9 June. It was recorded after the 2012 Goodbye Tour, following his diagnosis with Alzheimer’s.
After their immense success with 'You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin',' the pressure was on Bill Medley and Bobby Hatfield to repeat the feat, and they did with 'Just Once In My Life.'
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the debut album, 'Popped In Souled Out' Wet Wet Wet is releasing a 5 disc super deluxe remastered edition of the album.
The magazine's weekly index of best-selling long players was published on a regular basis for the first time in March 1956.
After making his way around Europe, Elvis Costello is heading back to the states for what’s shaping up to be an impressive summer run around the country.
The designer created some of the most well-known album covers and pop imagery of the 1960s and '70s.
British singer-songwriter Peter Skellern, of 'You're A Lady' fame, died on 17 February, 2017, a month short of his 70th birthday.
Hear John Legend and British actress-singer Cynthia Erivo cover the classic Beach Boys hit, ‘God Only Knows’ from the In Memoriam Grammys tribute.
Schroeder played significant roles in the early development of many UK artists and in the formative story of the Motown label in the UK.
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road and hello Broadway! Elton John is flexing his musical muscles again to adapt the hit film, The Devil Wears Prada for Broadway.
Neil Diamond 50 - The 50th Anniversary Collection box set includes 50 handpicked songs that span his wide-ranging career and is due out 31 March 2017.
British pop stalwarts T'pau will have The Virgin Anthology released by UMC on 24 March, 2017, in 4-CD and e-album editions.
From Cabbagetown to Tinseltown is the new autobiography by 1960s hitmaker Tommy Roe, who knew and toured with The Beatles and played their US debut.