Hailed as the perfect pop-rock album, ‘Parallel Lines’ made Blondie global icons, influencing successive generations of New York bands.
The Blue Note Entertainment Group are set to open a new jazz club in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro in August 2017, their eighth venue worldwide
Katy Perry has announced the details of an extensive tour of North America and Canada in support of her new studio album 'Witness'
Graham Nash announces a 20-date US tour for the summer of 2017 and appears at star-studded Jimmy Webb celebration concert at New York's Carnegie Hall
New York radio station SiriusXM has announced the launch of their new Beatles Channel fully authorised by The Beatles Apple Corps Ltd
Soundgarden vocalist Chris Cornell says his other band Temple Of The Dog are 'Motivated to do something again' after a successful US tour.
Bob Dylan guitarist Bruce Langhorne who played on 'Mr.Tambourine Man' and Dylan's Bringing It All Back Home album has died aged 78.
Legendary Grammy-Winning Mastering Engineer Tom Coyne, credited for cutting albums for Adele, Sam Smith, Keith Urban and Mark Ronson has died Aged 62.
Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson says his band are 'unlikely' to tour again during an interview at the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame.
uDiscover was at WWDC 2015 in San Francisco on Monday (8) to witness Apple’s much-anticipated unveiling of Apple Music, to go live on June 30.
Charlie Haden, the influential jazz bassist, will be celebrated in a free memorial event at the Town Hall in New York on Tuesday (January 13).
The first Festival for Peace was held at New York's Shea Stadium in August 1970 and starred the biggest names including Creedence Clearwater Revival
Elvis Costello will play his first-ever solo headline dates at New York’s hallowed Carnegie Hall next month, titled ‘The Last Year of My Youth’.
RIP Pete Seeger, the singer, folk-song collector and songwriter and the man behind the American folk revival died in New York yesterday.