The varied history and many interpretations of one of the most enduring John-Taupin compositions.
Grammy-winning writer, ASCAP president, artist and actor Paul Williams has been talking about his days of composing classic hits for the Carpenters.
With Taylor Swift charting worldwide with ‘Bad Blood,’ we thought it was time to remember the ‘Bad Blood' of 40 years ago by Neil Sedaka and Elton John.
Two famous record labels will join forces in October, when Verve Records and Walt Disney Records come together for ‘We Love Disney,’
Actor Paul Dano has been talking to the British press about playing Brian Wilson in ‘Love & Mercy,’ ahead of the film’s UK opening on Friday (10).
On July 5, 1967, Nancy Sinatra entered the UK chart with the vocal theme from the fifth James Bond film, ‘You Only Live Twice.'
Irish singer and entertainer Val Doonican passed away this morning at the age of 88.
To capture Lloyd Cole's extensive career with the Commotions and his solo recordings, uDiscover presents Lloyd Cole & the Commotions in 20 Songs playlist.
As James Taylor tops the US chart with 'Before This World,' he has been reminiscing about his days in London, when The Beatles signed him to Apple.
The recent sad passing of James Last put us in mind of a favourite story told by Jim Lea, guitarist with UK chart regulars of the 1970s and ‘80s, Slade.
Rod Stewart today (June 23) announces a brand new studio album, ‘Another Country,’ to be released on October 23 on Decca.
These are classic underrated albums that are all worth checking out. Brilliance in every groove and music that derives to be heard!
On June 19, 1976, the Neil Diamond album ‘Beautiful Noise’ album produced a US Hot 100 entry in the stirring ‘If You Know What I Mean.’
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With ‘Before This World’ about to land his highest UK ranking for a studio album since at least the early 1970s, James Taylor talks about the new release.
Songs for Young Lovers is Frank Sinatra's first Capitol long playing record release.