A pioneer of gangsta rap and the G-funk sound, rapper-producer Dr. Dre put West Coast hip-hop on the map. Here are some of is career-defining collaborations
Master storyteller and American documentarian Ken Burns is helming a new docu-series about country music coming to PBS this September.
With unprecedented access to the Miles Davis Estate, the film boasts never-before-seen footage including recording outtakes from studio sessions and new interviews with those Davis inspired.
The clip includes footage from a private show at London’s Riverside Studios on 10 February 2008, the same night Winehouse won five Grammys, including Record Of The Year.
Patsy Cline’s legacy will be captured on a DVD, When Patsy Cline Was… Crazy, that includes the PBS documentary along with exclusive bonus material.
Madonna announced a new live album, featuring 22 songs from the Rebel Heart Tour, available on double CD and digital download as well as a DVD concert film.
The film, Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami, will chronicle the personal and professional life of Grace Jones and premiered at the Toronto Film Festival.
Oscar-winning director Steve McQueen has been tapped to direct the new Tupac Shakur documentary, authorized by the family estate.
The iconic rock photographer, Mick Rock is now the subject of a new documentary titled, Shot! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra Of Rock, out now and streaming.
A clip released from the new PBS documentary, Patsy Cline: American Masters reveals Patsy’s life as an ambitious teenager with a willful attitude to match.
Narrated by Rosanne Cash, Patsy Cline: American Masters examines the roots of her cultural impact and how she arrived at a pivotal moment in music history.