On January 26, 1956, Buddy made his first ever recordings, credited to Buddy and the Two Tones.
The pianist and rock’n’roll pioneer Fats Domino, known for his hits ‘Blueberry Hill’ and ‘Ain’t That A Shame’, has died in New Orleans, aged 89.
A previously unreleased recording of Elvis Presley's 'Trying To Get To You' featuring a duet between Lemmy and Annie Marie Lewis has been released
One of the cornerstones of 20th century blues, Jimmy Reed, is anthologised on Mr. Luck: The Complete Vee-Jay Singles, released 4 August 2017.
A new musical at the Pasadena Playhouse in California, Shout Sister Shout!, celebrates the influential gospel and roots singer Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
We honour the American studios which have sprinkled sonic stardust over many era-defining records from the past 60 years - the Top 10 US Recording Studios.
John Lennon's original hand-drawn sketch for the cover of The Beatles' 'Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' is set for auction in New York.
In 2004, 'Boom, Like That,' on the Mark Knopfler album Shangri-La, was inspired like the recent movie 'The Founder' by Ray Kroc, the man behind McDonald's.
The 1959 Ray Charles single 'What'd I Say' is one of the seminal and much-covered records in R&B history, well worthy of a uDiscover overview and playlist.
One of the founding fathers of rock 'n' roll died on March 18, 2017 in Missouri, at the age of 90.
Amid the top achievements at the 2017 Grammys, some may have missed that jazz guitarist John Scofield won an award with the inspiration of Hank Williams.
The forefather of country pop, Glen Campbell's iconic albums, Gentle on My Mind, Wichita Lineman and Galveston are getting reissued on vinyl 24 March 2017.
RCA Studio A, the Nashville location that hosted sessions by Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Chris Stapleton and countless others, is to undergo a facelift
‘Sun Records’ tells the tale of the famous foursome of Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Sun Records founder, Sam Phillips.
'Smoke On The Water,' 'I Get Around' and 'Jailhouse Rock' are among the classic songs newly announced as additions to the Grammy Hall of Fame.
Kay Starr, who scored such huge 1950s hits as 'Wheel Of Fortune' and 'Rock And Roll Waltz' in a seven-decade career, died on 3 November, 2016, aged 94.