The group were huge all year round, but two big hits helped make summer particularly special for them.
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.’
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.
Dusty Springfield will return to the London stage next month — in 3D. ‘Dusty,' a new "fusion musical," previews at the Charing Cross Theatre from May 25.
Joni Mitchell is in intensive care after being found unconscious at her Los Angeles home on Tuesday evening.
Brian Wilson will follow his June/July tour of North America with a UK arena schedule in September, with guests America and Edwyn Collins.
The singer from Coopersville, Michigan was on a hot streak on the other side of the Atlantic in 1962.
Grace Jones is to have her first three albums for the label released as the 3CD, 4LP and digital sets titled ‘Grace Jones – Disco.’
Happy birthday Dean Torrence, formerly of late 1950s and '60s hitmakers Jan & Dean and later a Grammy-award winning designer, born in LA on March 10, 1940.
We’re teaming with our friends at Original Soundtracks to focus on another landmark movie score album, this time Quentin Tarantino's 'Pulp Fiction.'
So what is it that makes Mike + The Mechanics so good? That’s easy… great songs, great hooks, fabulous musicianship and a sense of space.
The ‘Ultimate Sinatra’ collection, released April 21 worldwide, will span his Columbia, Capitol and Reprise years for the first time.