Our interview with the enduring Scottish singer-songwriter found her in ebullient mood about her new record and tour of 2018.
"Queen were very genuine people. They produced their own sounds in the same way they controlled their image," the pioneering designer says.
Enjoying one of the most prolific periods of his career, Robbie Robertson has released a new album, ‘Sinematic’, and scored the movie ‘The Irishman’.
Alex Young, director of the acclaimed documentary ‘R.E.M. By MTV’, looks back on ‘Automatic For The People’, and reveals how it changed his life.
With ‘She Remembers Everything’, Rosanne Cash “let some madness into my new songs”, refusing to hedge her bets on an album that speaks to the times.
With Elton John calling ‘Anthem Of The Peaceful Army’ “the best rock’n’roll I’ve heard in 20 f__g years!”, Greta Van Fleet are taking the world by storm.
“That’s one of the key things to my songs, as soon as you hit play, you know what it is.”
uDiscover caught up with one-half of the duo, Sarah Barthel, as she prepares for their headlining set at Life Is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas this weekend.
With her new album, ‘Anthem,' Madeleine Peyroux questions “what we believe in and what we think democracy means and how we intend to continue to create it."
Maya Rudolph sat down with uDiscover to reflect on her mother, Minnie Riperton's remarkable career and the deluxe reissue of her album 'Perfect Angel'.
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.
Robert Glasper talks about R+R=NOW’s debut album, ‘Collagically Speaking’, and why it’s rare to be “so good at what you do but with no ego”.
An antidote to “the f__ing dark ages”, ‘Summer Of Sorcery’ seeks to capture the “liberating feeling” of summer, says Little Steven in this interview.
With ‘The Best Songs We Never Wrote’, Eagles Of Death metal’s Jesse Hughes unleashes one of the wildest covers albums in rock history. Here he reveals why.
As a lifelong student of rock’n’roll and the genre’s most vocal evangelist, Steven Van Zandt’s 'Soulfire' represented his dedication to the form.
Vikki Tobak, author of the book ‘Contact High: A Visual History Of Hip-Hop’ talks hip-hop’s forgotten legacy in photographs and her new exhibition.