The histories of the most iconic recording studios – Sun, Motown, Abbey Road – have made them almost as famous as the musicians who have recorded there.
Remembering the man that his longtime collaborator Neil Young called "one of the last of the original country greats."
Also in Encino, California, last year's Ride brought in over $50,000 for the Dio Cancer Fund.
This week’s film on the life, death and forgotten legacy of the soul legend is the latest entry in the eye-opening series.
Master storyteller and American documentarian Ken Burns is helming a new docu-series about country music coming to PBS this September.
Young was a much-respected session man on countless hits created in Memphis and Nashville.
The legendary singer and activist will receive the honor in February for her "trailblazing work" in music.
The song was originally lead single for Depeche Mode's 1990 album 'Violator', and has also been covered by Johnny Cash and Marilyn Manson.
Through sampling, hip-hop has the power to bring old music to new years, helping music to evolve while paying respects to the artists that came before.
During the phenomenally eventful years of 1965-67, the studio changed for musicians & producers from being a place of work to becoming a creative hub.
The Prison Concerts: Folsom And San Quentin (Jim Marshall's Photographs Of Johnny Cash) will offer a definitive view of The Man In Black's historic prison shows.
Shepard Fairey has unveiled a 15-story mural of Johnny Cash in Sacramento to honour the 50th anniversary of Cash’s 'Live at Folsom Prison'.
Re-runs of the famous show will include appearances by Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles and the only TV performance by Derek and the Dominos.
The band's prime mover Nergal (aka Adam Darski) has also fronted titanic Polish death metal outfit Behemoth since 1991.
Loretta's single was already climbing the country charts when the LP of the same name was released on 14 June 1965.
Ceremony will take place during commemorative 'Love In Bloom' weekend.