The Beatles’ ‘Sgt Pepper’ inspired many cover versions, from artists as diverse as Jimi Hendrix and The Flaming Lips. uDiscover celebrates some of the best.
A new photographic exhibition showing iconic images of Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix by photographer Robert Knight is to open in LA
The Doors historic Isle Of Wight Festival concert from 1970 is being released via DVD and blu ray for the first time in February 2018
The famous blue teal Cloud guitar played by Prince during the 1980s and 90s sold for a record $700,000 at an LA auction house last weekend
To mark the 40th anniversary of their landmark album News Of The World, alternate takes of two Queen classics are being released digitally
Murray Lerner, the film-maker who shot legendary live performances of Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix and other folk and rock icons has died aged 90
Two companion soundtracks are being released to accompany the release of a new film 'The Vietnam War' by directors Ken Burns and Lynn Novick.
A new documentary, 'Life In 12 Bars' about legendary guitarist Eric Clapton is set to premiere at the 2017 Toronto Film Festival
Fender are commemorating both Jimi Hendrix and The Beatles' George Harrison with two new signature guitars to be launched in August 2017
It was arguably the greatest festival of the 1960s , yet Monterey has been over-shadowed by Woodstock…which goes to show the power of the silver screen
uDiscover pack a sleeping bag, load up on energy drinks and head down the front to catch the action on the main stages at the Top 10 Summer Music Festivals.
The Black Pepper Fender Stratocaster Jimi Hendrix play at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival is up for auction in Beverley Hills on 17 June 2017
Just Around Midnight: Rock and Roll and the Racial Imagination, which examines the racial politics of rock in the 1960s, will be published on 26 September.
The Official Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame on 21 August will induct Fats Domino, Sam & Dave, Prince, Smokey Robinson, the Supremes and others.
World-famous amplifier company Marshall, whose name is synonymous with live rock, is to launch its own Marshall Records.
Henry McCullough, a major contributor to the history of Irish rock and an early member of Paul McCartney's Wings, died 14 June at the age of 72.