The highly-respected musician played with many of jazz's biggest names, such as Elvin Jones, McCoy Tyner and Miles Davis, as well as record solo discs for the legendary Prestige imprint.
The latest episode explores the star's well known love of soccer and his longstanding connection between the game and his music.
The latest instalment in this ongoing series concerns Hughes’ band’s first appearance on European TV, at a week-long festival to mark the annual NME Awards.
Vic Mensa’s rock band pays tribute to The Cranberries’ politically-charged 1994 hit and celebrates the single's one billionth view on YouTube.
The formidable Aussie rockers go in search of booze and rock'n'roll Valhalla in the riotous new semi-animated interview clip.
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"Queen were very genuine people. They produced their own sounds in the same way they controlled their image," the pioneering designer says.
A day away from entering ‘Hyperspace’, Beck has dropped a lyric video for the latest song to come from the album, ‘Everlasting Nothing’.
The ‘Barcelona’ video brought Freddie Mercury’s ambitious merging of rock and opera to life with a stunning visual treatment featuring Montserrat Caballé.
Punk icon Henry Rollins interviews Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan about his new solo record and being in one of the biggest bands in the world.
The Who's frontman Roger Daltrey talks about the making of the band's legendary 1969 album and reimagining it for the new ‘Tommy Orchestral’ version.
From being “reviled” by punks to filling stadiums around the world, Stewart Copeland reveals why The Police are “a Prada suit made out of barbed wire”.
"To let his musical accomplishments, fade or diminish even slightly would be a grave mistake. He was and is, a master of the music."
Part 3 in the audio series features archive interviews with Michael Stipe and Peter Buck, and excerpts from their box set and album of performances aired by the BBC.
“There’s a lot of stuff that nobody’s ever heard and George’s house sessions. But the actual remastering is much clearer, and the drums are a little higher, so I love it.”