With a new album in the wings, the world-renowned guitarist and singer-songwriter hits the road for a 19-date trek with...
As a songwriter, Bob Dylan has inspired countless others – but who inspired him to write the timeless classic Mr Tambourine Man?
The Tide’s Magnificence, a book of poems and songs by Nick Drake's mother Molly, has been called “the missing link” in his story by producer Joe Boyd.
Pioneering singer-songwriter Joan Baez has announced details of her final North American tour which is set to run through the fall of 2018
The final album recorded during his lifetime, Pink Moon is a stark masterpiece – but traces of hope can be found in its lyrics.
Even 20 years after its release, Either/Or stands as a devastatingly beautiful record and widely regarded as Elliot Smith’s best work.
Ellie Goulding has released a new version of the 1971 Don McLean classic Vincent, which is available through Polydor and Interscope Records
John Martyn had been making records on Island for more than ten years before he finally made his UK album chart debut with One World on 4 February, 1978.
The persuasive folk-rock sound of the Stone Poneys was first heard on disc on their self-titled debut album, released by Capitol on 30 January 1967.
Early Fairport Convention member Iain Matthews has a new line-up of Matthews Southern Comfort, whose album Like A Radio is released on 24 February 2018.
On 29 January 1994, after more than a quarter-century of recording, Richard Thompson had a solo UK top 30 album for the first time, with Mirror Blue.
John Martyn succumbed to double pneumonia on 29 January 2009. We lost one of the great troubadours, but with his mighty body of work, he's never far away.
On 17 January 1970, Fairport Convention hit the UK chart with the folk cornerstone Liege & Lief, which became Sandy Denny's first farewell to the group.