After Bolan's death on September 16, 1977, the passing decades have brought new admiration of a unique and quintessential pop star.
Can you name the T.Rex track from just one lyric? How well do you know Marc Bolan? Are you T.Rex, T.Regular or T.Rubbish? Now's the time to find out!
Can you name the T.Rex track from just one lyric? How well do you know Marc Bolan's words? Are you T.Rex, T.Regular or T.Rubbish? Now's the time to find out! This music...
Rick Wakeman will give the first official radio play to a rare alternative version of the David Bowie song 'Kooks' on Easter Monday (17 April).
Respected artist manager David Enthoven of ie:music, who steered the careers of T. Rex, Robbie Williams and many others, has passed away.
A rare London screening of the Marc Bolan/T. Rex movie Born To Boogie next month will feature a Q&A with Tony Visconti, ahead of a new reissue of the film.
Track Records released some of the most groundbreaking music of the late 60s and early 70s. uDiscover celebrates the importance of this iconic imprint.
Rock photographer Michael Putland will have many of his most memorable images on display at the Royal Albert Hall in London over the coming weeks.
Two vinyl box sets, each featuring seven double-sided Northern Soul singles from the vaults of Chess and Capitol, will be released by Universal on July 24.
The first 3 albums by Tyrannosaurus Rex are being reissued by Polydor/Universal Music Catalogue in newly remastered, deluxe formats at the end of January.
Marc Bolan died in a car crash 37 years ago today, on September 16, 1977.
Eight years ago today, the lights went out for the last time, as a weekly show, on a British pop music institution, as we said goodbye TOTP.
On 24 July 1976, Elton John finally scored his first UK No. 1 single, 'Don't Got Breaking My Heart', a duet with Kiki Dee.