Whether they’re the mastermind of the band or keep the cosmic flights well-grounded, we pay tribute to the best prog guitarists of all time.
Just when prog rock’s prospects looked bleakest, some savvy souls started to find a way forward in the 80s pop scene.
Combine an earnestly backwoods twang with potent, economical songwriting, the country songwriter is among the finest the genre has ever produced.
A highly personal album that set her on a new creative path, ‘Control’ found Janet Jackson making leaps towards dominating the pop world.
Decades after his death, Wes Montgomery's keen ears and boundless imagination still bowl over jazz aficionados and newbies alike.
Recorded over three sessions between 1949 and 1950, Miles Davis’ ‘Birth Of The Cool’ is a landmark jazz album.
A record label of huge significance, the Fania story takes in the birth of salsa music and the global spread of Latin culture.
On January 7, 1967, Pride became the first African-American solo singer to perform on the radio show and live institution that was the Grand Ole Opry.
You may not have heard of Doris Troy, but you will definitely have heard her voice.
After leaving Roxy Music, Brian Eno’s startlingly innovative and influential solo career took flight with the release of ‘Here Come The Warm Jets’.
Overcoming physical disabilities to become a world-renowned pianist, Michel Petrucciani has been hailed as an example for everyone.
An introduction to the man who brought an elegant style and rhythmic grace to the trumpet, in addition to a fragile, unique singing voice that made him a jazz celebrity.
It’s not a white Christmas without Ol’ Blue Eyes… The best Frank Sinatra Christmas songs have a unique magic that brings the holiday season to life.
Vince Guaraldi Trio’s soundtrack album for ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’ has become a seasonal classic, full of magical pieces that stand on their own.
Living in Munich for several years in the 80s, Freddie Mercury found a new pace of life. Phoebe, Mercury’s PA from the time, tells the story.