The original song is set to appear on the singer’s upcoming studio album.
A cache of reel-to-reel analogue master tapes containing lost Bob Marley recordings has been painstakingly restored in London.
Bob Marley and the Wailers' historic 1975 performances at the Lyceum in London are to be released as complete sets from both shows.
Tom Chaplin of Keane has made a top three start in the UK with his first solo Island album, The Wave — and has confirmed a 14-date tour there for May 2017.
Trevor Horn will collect the Outer Limits Award as one half of early 1980s prog-synth pop duo the Buggles, at the Progressive Music Awards 2016.
The lead single and title song of Bon Jovi's forthcoming Island album This House Is Not For Sale, was released yesterday (12 August), and here's the video.
Attrell Cordes, better known as Prince Be, the co-founder of hit 1990s duo P.M. Dawn, died on 17 June, 2016 in New Jersey at the age of 46.
U2 will release Innocence + Experience — Live In Paris, recorded last December, on Blu-ray, DVD and digital download on 10 June on Island.
Catfish and the Bottlemen, who won the BRIT Award for Best British Breakthrough last month, will release their second album The Ride on Island on 27 May.
Longtime favourite rock singer-songwriter Melissa Etheridge will arrive on Stax Records with an album celebrating the famous company this summer.
Indie-pop quartet Model Aeroplanes, from Dundee in Scotland, will release their first EP for Island, Something Like Heaven, on 4 March 2016.
PJ Harvey's much-awaited ninth studio album will be titled The Hope Six Demolition Project and released by Island on 15 April.
Here's the new video for 'Work Song' by Irish singer-songwriter Hozier, who is following his breakthrough year with a current sellout UK tour.
A new search is under way to unearth images of the late, great but sadly under-photographed Nick Drake.
The Island label is setting foot in the UK's craft beer market, with the launch of the "music-inspired" Island Records Session IPA — with its own playlists.
Island Records' artist-producer-multi-instrumentalist Jack Garratt is the winner of the 2016 Critics' Choice Award by the BRIT Awards with MasterCard.