Spanning jazz, country, hip-hop and soul music, the best gospel songs of all time prove that the spirit can move you, no matter what your tastes.
The incredible life and times of the great American singer and guitarist, as remembered by the man himself.
We celebrate the iconic recording studios – Sun, Motown, Abbey Road – that have become almost as famous as the musicians who have recorded there.
Selections from the songbook of one of soul music's great vocal stylists.
A tribute to uDiscover editor-in-chief and widely-respected author-broadcaster Richard Havers, who died on New Year's Eve 2017 at the of 66,
Watch the new video for the remarkable new version of Frank Sinatra and Seal's Santa Claus Is Coming To Town duet, released on 8 December
Touring will continue as long as there are new ears to listen to music. The desire for success, money and creative fulfilment will remain, but for many musicians, it is an essential...
In March 1945 Nat King Cole's debut album for Capitol Records became the first to top the Billboard album chart
The forefather of country pop, Glen Campbell's iconic albums, Gentle on My Mind, Wichita Lineman and Galveston are getting reissued on vinyl 24 March 2017.
From iconic bandleaders to unique talents, the best jazz pianists in history both shaped the music and revolutionised the role of the piano in music.
Featuring some of the finest voices to have graced the iconic Capitol label in its 75-year history, ‘A Capitol Christmas’ is the perfect holiday soundtrack.
Kay Starr, who scored such huge 1950s hits as 'Wheel Of Fortune' and 'Rock And Roll Waltz' in a seven-decade career, died on 3 November, 2016, aged 94.
Billy Paul, a key representative of the “Philly Soul” sound with his classic 'Me And Mrs. Jones,' died 24 April after a diagnosis with pancreatic cancer.
The 2 February, 1957 edition of The Perry Como Show featured actors Peter Lawford, Tab Hunter, singers Polly Bergen and the Four Lads...and Fats Domino.
The funeral of Natalie Cole in Los Angeles on Monday (11) was followed by an equally star-studded private memorial.
We have LPs, CDs, digital files... but how have they affected the way we listen to music? How has each innovation in technology changed the music we hear?