With ‘Joanne’, Lady Gaga consolidated everything that the past decade had brought her, ensuring we knew that plenty more was to come.
In thrall to the jazz music she grew up with, ‘Frank’ found Amy Winehouse at turns optimistic and wry, finding her way to the brilliance of ‘Back To Black’.
There was no bigger rock band than Queen in the 70s. “Always wanting to do things bigger and better”, the group’s power and innovation dominated the decade.
Starting life as a touching acoustic song, ‘While My Guitar Gently Weeps’ became an epic rock number, and one of George Harrison’s finest moments.
Guitarist and Cranberries co-founder Noel Hogan talks about meeting Dolores O’Riordan, conquering the US, and songs that have “stood the test of time”.
Recorded in Venice, in 2006, ‘La Fenice’ finds Keith Jarrett unleashing a torrent of imagination, creating a masterpiece in a moment.
A lighter, more life-affirming album than the one she intended to write, ‘Prism’ found Katy Perry making bold moves in new directions.
With ‘The Traveling Wilburys Vol 1’, Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Tom Petty, Roy Orbison And Jeff Lynne entered new territory as a much-loved supergroup.
Our interview with the enduring Scottish singer-songwriter finds her in ebullient mood about her new record and tour.
From floor-shaking stadium anthems to paeans to a lost past and roadmaps for a new life, here are 12 songs that glorify rock’n’roll.
Despite the claims of many in a streaming world, the album isn’t dead. Taylor Swift and Sam Smith are just a few artists keeping it alive.
The ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ biopic brings Queen’s story to the silver screen. Freddie Mercury’s favourite films also offer revealing insights into the singer’s life.
Returning to his blues roots for his second solo album, ‘The Big Bad Blues’, Billy F Gibbons discusses his influences and continuing the blues tradition.
Whether they’re unapologetic in their politics, deploying shredding solos or rolling with swagger, here are seven bands keeping rock alive.
Tragic Kingdom may have been shadowed by breakups and loss, but No Doubt channelled their emotions into genre-busting pop anthems that the world adored.