In 1956, Frank Sinatra and Nelson Riddle decided to create 'Close to You' with a string quartet, inspired by Frank’s...
The film, Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami, will chronicle the personal and professional life of Grace Jones and premiered at the Toronto Film Festival.
Stevie Wonder, The Killers and Green Day are among the big names announced for the 2017 Global Citizen Festival in NYC's Central Park
Lorde, The Rolling Stones, Paul Weller and Jay-Z are among the big names nominated for awards at the 2017 Q Awards in Camden, London
Neil Finn is to record his new album on 25 August 2017 and will then mix, master and release the record entitled 'Out Of Silence' on 1 September
Marti Pellow, vocalist with Scottish popsters Wet Wet Wet has announced his depature from the band after over thirty years as their frontman
Tori Amos has shared the first song from her new album 'Native Invader' which will be released by Decca Records on 8 September 2017
Sting will return to his roots in the North-East of England to play a special charity show at Northumbria's Bambrugh Castle in October 2017
Watch the new Peter Zavadil-directed video for 'Adiós,' the Jimmy Webb-penned title track from the much-admired final album by Glen Campbell.
The final three titles in Eagle Rock Entertainment's The Frank Sinatra Collection will be released on DVD and digitally on 8 September 2017.
Wet Wet Wet bassist Graeme Clark promises a run of special live shows to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their breakthrough album, Popped In Souled Out.
The Beatles mark the 50th anniversary of their classic animated film 'Yellow Submarine' with a new comic book adaptation slated for release in 2018
For 15 of the best 70s songs, take a look at the list we’ve put together to celebrate the sound of this era. Here are 15 top songs of the 70s.
John Blackwell Jr, formerly the drummer with Prince's New Power Generation and Patti LaBelle has died of a brain tumour aged 43
Vocalist Tony Hadley has left succesful 1980s pop group Spandau Ballet and has ruled out any future reunion with the band
Gary DeCarlo, who sang lead vocal on studio group Steam's late 1969 US No. 1 'Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye,' died on 28 June 2017. He was 75.