Each new LP by The Jam took them closer to the holy grail of a UK No. 1 album.
Ely took his customised blend of early rock ‘n’ roll, rockabilly and Tex-Mex to a punk audience and far beyond.
By the time of 2002's 'Come With Us,' Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons had long since established themselves as one of the world’s most innovative dance acts.
With thrilling live work-outs, playful interludes and doo-wop covers, ‘Burnt Weeny Sandwich’ found Zappa indulging his greatest loves.
By early 1974, White was dominating the charts in various guises, including as an orchestra leader, with 'Love's Theme.'
With their fourth album, ‘A Humdrum Star’, GoGo Penguin deliver proof that they’re working at the forefront of today’s jazz trios.
On ‘Live In Europe’, Melody Gardot proves herself to a commanding performer who can commune intimately with our hearts and souls.
This blues classic has gone by many names, but perhaps the best known version is Lloyd Price’s ’Stagger Lee’ that topped the US Hot 100 in February 1959.
The Scottish band's fourth album went straight to No. 1 in the UK, unseating Simply Red's 'Stars' to begin a two-week reign.
During the early days of their first tour as headliners, The Rolling Stones released their debut EP and on 8 February 1964, it became their first No.1.
Released in January 1969, Creedence Clearwater Revival's album Bayou Country put the band on the map thanks to the singles 'Proud Mary' and 'Bayou Country'.
On 8 February 1969, a new band formed by Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker in the wake of Cream’s demise headed into the studio and Blind Faith was born.
The aspirational nature of the song's lyric was especially appropriate for co-writer Harry Booker, who had once been a shoeshine boy himself.
On 8 February 1975, the group proved that there was life after Norman Whitfield, climbed to No. 1 with ‘Happy People,’ co-written by Commodore Richie.
Louis Armstrong made his first film in Hollywood in 1930, 30 years later he was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
The funky collective from Dayton had one of their biggest crossover smashes early in 1975 with 'Fire.'