Released by Reaction Records in early October 1966, Cream's first single, 'Wrapping Paper,' was a piece of whimsical jazz-influenced pop.
Eric Clapton is going back to the Royal Albert Hall in May 2017.
Howlin Wolf London Session record in 1970 with Eric Clapton and a cast of great British musicians is a must hear for all blues fans…
World-famous amplifier company Marshall, whose name is synonymous with live rock, is to launch its own Marshall Records.
Bernie Worrell, the keyboard player and co-founder with George Clinton of Parliament and Funkadelic, died on 24 June, 2016 at the age of 72.
Eric Clapton confirms that he has peripheral neuropathy, incurable damage to his nervous system which makes it difficult to play the guitar
The Blues played a pivotal role in the creation of what we have come to call rock music. As Muddy Waters famously said, “The Blues had a baby and they named it...
A new exhibition of oil paintings inspired by Robert Johnson has gone on display in San Antonio, Texas, where he recorded some of his most famous work.
A slew of classic albums are reissued on 180g vinyl, with half-speed remastering undertaken at the legendary Abbey Road Studios in London.
Live Cream released in 1970 is testament to the power of the band as one of the most exciting live rock acts of the late 1960s
Rock supergroup Cream's four albums, 'Fresh Cream', 'Disraeli Gears', 'Wheels Of Fire' and 'Goodbye', are reissued in the box set 'Classic Album Selection'.
The rise of Classic Rock in the 60s was nurtured with bands travelling across the Atlantic to play for crowds who saw music as something more than just pop.
Recorded in 1967, Captain Beefheart’s ‘Mirror Man’ sessions remained unreleased until April 1971, providing the missing link to ‘Trout Mask Replica’.
William Bell, a much-admired survivor of the vintage Stax era, is back on the label. His album This Is Where I Live is out on Stax via Concord on 3 June.
Released on 2 May, ‘I Still Do’ sees Eric Clapton reunite with legendary producer Glyn Johns for his 23rd studio album.
Rolling Stone has published its new survey of the 100 Greatest Drummers Of All Time, sure to start conversations and indeed arguments around the world.