'Every Breath You Take' was the band's only No. 1 on the Hot 100, but it became America’s biggest song...
Widely-respected British drummer Bobby Irwin, known for his work with Nick Lowe, Van Morrison and countless others, has died from cancer at the age of 62.
May 18 marks the release on vinyl by Universal Music Catalogue of no fewer than six albums from the 1970s and ‘80s catalogue of the mighty Beach Boys.
A look inside the compilation that gathers together key recordings spanning his Columbia, Capitol and Reprise years.
May 2 was a day of firsts for Elton John. He and his band made their debut at Jazzfest in New Orleans and, backstage, Elton met his hero Jerry Lee Lewis.
The six original studio albums in the Blondie catalogue, from 1976 to 1982, have been reissued today (May 4) on vinyl by Universal Music Catalogue.
Influential 1980s British band Lloyd Cole and the Commotions will have a ‘Collected Recordings 1983-1989' box set released by Universal on June 29.
33 years ago, Phil Collins scored his first solo American No. 1 single, with a Grammy-winner that might have landed an Oscar if not for Stevie Wonder.
Playing For Change is more than a charity, and more than a series of recordings packed with musicians from around the globe. Read the uDiscover profile.
On April 18, 1970, Tom Jones scored his first UK hit of the new decade, and his biggest single there for two years, with ‘Daughter Of Darkness.’
Watch as we unbox 'The Disco Years', the new vinyl box set from Grace Jones.
'The Disco Years’ is a beguiling time capsule, bringing together Ms Jones’s three pivotal, era-defining albums from the late-‘70s, Studio 54 disco epoch.
Monty Python’s ‘Galaxy Song,’ with new lyrics by Professor Stephen Hawking, will be out for Record Store Day 2015. It's out as a digital download now.
uDiscover reviews 'Making Life Rhyme,' the first-ever album of all-self-penned material by Lulu, which marks her return to Decca Records.
The long-awaited release of James Taylor’s new Concord/Decca album ‘Before This World' has been confirmed for June 15, and a day later in North America.
In the best moments of ‘No Pier Pressure,’ the new Brian Wilson album, he’s still the master of magnificent production and harmony and a hint of melancholy.