The varied history and many interpretations of one of the most enduring John-Taupin compositions.
The new Band Aid 30 version of ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas’ entered the UK chart at No. 1 yesterday (November 24) with downloads of 312,000.
Ahead of ‘The London Sessions,' Mary J. Blige has compiled a collection of 'top fives', from which uDiscover has put together Mary J's personal playlist.
Tired of the inflight audio channels? Something For The air is the ultimate inflight playlist, over 100 songs that'll last a transatlantic flight...
We’re remembering Alan Murphy, a great British guitarist with Kate Bush, Go West, Mike + the Mechanics and Level 42, who died 25 years ago exactly.
It’s exactly 17 years since Elton John’s record-breaking tribute recording to Princess Diana started its incredible run at No. 1 in America.
A spectacular array of 27 global names are featured in the all-star BBC 'God Only Knows' video and charity single of Brian Wilson’s Beach Boys classic.
On September 29, 1973, the solo career of Bryan Ferry hit the ground running as he entered the UK charts with ‘A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall.’
As a reminder of the sheer depth and versatility of Elton John’s catalogue, we present a brand new playlist of the greatest Elton covers.
Harrison news: George videos, Olivia industry appointment. Olivia joins MusiCares board, George videos arrive on his YouTube channel.
Elton's catalogue makes him a worthy candidate for uDiscover’s next playlist of lesser-known treasures. Welcome to Elton John - digging deeper...
Right around this time in 1969, Kiki Dee made her parents proud. becoming the first British white female to sign to the already mighty Motown label.
Lionel Richie's rich pickings on the road land him on Billboard’s Hot Tours chart with two Canadian shows grossing $1.1 million.
Diana Krall's new record, Wallflower, produced by David Foster, will be released on September 9.
Smokey Robinson and Elton John’s duet version of ‘The Tracks Of My Tears' is available to listen to in full. Smokey & Elton talk about each other here.
On 24 July 1976, Elton John finally scored his first UK No. 1 single, 'Don't Got Breaking My Heart', a duet with Kiki Dee.