The original song is set to appear on the singer’s upcoming studio album.
The Amy Winehouse Foundation and Island Records have announced the September 18 release of ‘Amy’s Yard — The Sessions: Volume 1.’
Rico Rodriguez, the esteemed trombone player who was a member of the Specials and Jools Holland’s Rhythm & Blues Orchestra, has died at the age of 80.
Bob Marley’s 70th birthday year celebrations continue on September 25 with two vinyl box sets, ‘The Complete Island Recordings’ and a 'Collector’s Edition.’
The CD and vinyl box sets collecting the Island Records work of Spooky Tooth, one of the key English experimental bands of the '60s and ‘70s, are out now.
Playing For Change is more than a charity, and more than a series of recordings packed with musicians from around the globe. Read the uDiscover profile.
Grace Jones is to have her first three albums for the label released as the 3CD, 4LP and digital sets titled ‘Grace Jones – Disco.’
The life of Sandy Denny is remembered in a new biography by British music writer Mick Houghton, to be launched with a live music event in London on March 3.
Florence + the Machine have announced that their third album will be titled ‘How Big How Blue How Beautiful,' and released on Island on June 1.
Nothing in the early days of Robert Palmer prepared us for the sophistication of his 1974 solo debut for Island, ‘Sneakin’ Sally Through The Alley.'
Catfish And The Bottlemen, the Welsh band whose remarkable rise in 2014 included a UK top ten album and a BBC Music Award, release a new single next month.
One of the reggae greats was ending the 1960s in style 45 years ago, when Jimmy Cliff made his US top 40 debut with ‘Wonderful World, Beautiful People.’
Graeme Goodall, Australian co-founder of Island Records with Chinese-Jamaican Leslie Kong and chief protagonist Chris Blackwell in 1959, has died at 82.
'Sapphire' and 'Piece By Piece,' the 1980s albums that signalled the return of John Martyn to Island Records will be reissued by the label in the new year.
Island Life is coming back to London, with the famous label staging what’s intended as the first in a series of gigs featuring its hottest talent.
We mark the third anniversary of Amy Winehouse's death by remembering her final recording.