We remember peerless steel guitarist Ben Keith, born 6 March 1937, who played on Patsy Cline's 'I Fall To Pieces' and with Neil Young, Ringo Starr and more.
Before Nat 'King' Cole became one of the world's leading solo vocalists, 'Straighten Up And Fly Right' was an indelible hit for his King Cole Trio.
A documentary and a possible biopic of legendary rocker Chuck Berry has been authorized by the late rocker's estate and are in the works
The persuasive folk-rock sound of the Stone Poneys was first heard on disc on their self-titled debut album, released by Capitol on 30 January 1967.
The Eagles' Glenn Frey, lead voice of 'Tequila Sunrise,' 'Lying Eyes' and others, amassed decades of worldwide admiration. He died on 18 January 2016.
reDiscover the Jack Bruce solo entry that was enjoying its brief US chart run in December 1974, Out Of The Storm.
Released in November 1974, Linda Ronstadt’s fifth solo album for Capitol, Heart Like A Wheel, finally brought the country star the recognition she deserved.
The country legend they called 'Possum' was born on 12 September 1931 in Saratoga, Texas. We must be talking about George Jones.
From Stylophones to pool balls, the rock canon is full of odd sounds and instrumental exotica. Here are the most unusual instruments in popular music.
The richly romantic 'You Go To My Head' has been attracting covers for 80 years, including 2017 versions by both Bob Dylan and, posthumously, Chuck Berry.