While signed to Island Records, between 1969 and 1971, Mott The Hoople rode a mental train four albums that set them on the path to greatness.
Regularly cited as a classic piece of rock writing, the 1974 book will now feature a foreword by Johnny Depp.
This year’s Ramblin’ Man highlights include Tyler Bryant covering Guns N’ Roses, plus exclusive interviews with Steel Panther and Therapy?
The Ramblin Man Fair is more impressive than ever, with standout performances by Steve Earle & The Dukes, Steel Panther, The Cadillac Three and Mott the Hoople.
This annual Kent-based bash is fast becoming a mandatory pilgrimage for discerning rock fans of all persuasions.
Hotly-tipped Nashville rockers Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown have been confirmed for a return slot at the 2018 Ramblin' Man Fair
The solo album by Pete Overend Watts, the Mott The Hoople co-founder who died in January, will be released posthumously on 1 September 2017 by Angel Air.
The early Island albums by Mott The Hoople, before their departure to CBS, are less celebrated, so today we're reDiscovering their 1969, self-titled debut.
Mott The Hoople's bass player, Pete Overend Watts, passed away on 22 January, 2017. He was 69 years old.
After the UK dates on their 2016 tour, Bad Company have announced that guitarist Mick Ralphs has suffered a stroke and is recovering in hospital.
Dale Griffin, fondly remembered by 1970s rock fans as a founder member of Mott The Hoople, died last night (17 January) at the age of 67.
The Ramblin' Man Fair comes to Surrey this weekend (July 25-26) with Gregg Allman, Camel, Marillion, Seasick Steve and many more.
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.
Key English experimental rock band Spooky Tooth are to have their collected work for Island Records released in two box set formats by USM on April 27.
The Oval hosted a memorable rock event in 1971 headlined by The Who and also featuring the Faces, America, Lindisfarne and Mott The Hoople.