The third time was also a charm for the Blue Note star, as 'Not Too Late' entered the US chart at No. 1 on 17 February 2007.
The LP became Glen's third of no fewer than seven consecutive No. 1s on the country chart.
With her new album, ‘Things Have Changed’, soul singer Bettye LaVette covers Bob Dylan classics, taking them “out of his mouth and putting them into mine”.
The album was platinum in America within four months and contained four irresistible singles.
The man that Pete Townshend called his "aide-de-camp" played important roles in The Who and Motörhead as well as in Thunderclap Newman.
You never know which version of Beck is coming next, and one of the many landmarks that got him here is the sixth full-length studio album, 'Guero.'
I’ll be happy if people have trouble defining our music!” says Beta Machine frontman Matt McJunkins of the eclectic influences that resulted in ‘Intruder’.
With his ambitious ‘Home Invasion’ live show, Steven Wilson introduces “new ideas to keep people captivated”, as he tells uDiscover Music.
From iconic soundtrack theme tunes to pioneering electronic work that spans six decades, the best Vangelis songs are a fascinating journey into the unknown.
When Frank Sinatra staged a Vegas residency at Caesar’s Palace, in March 1982, he turned out career-high shows that remain among his finest.
The 1975 album is a fascinating record of what was happening immediately before the English singer-guitarist’s solo career went stratospheric.
The gentle and autobiographical 'Watching The Wheels' described John's happy retirement from public life in the second half of the 1970s.
Arthur ‘Big Boy’ Crudup passed away on 28 March 1974 and while many have forgotten his recordings, his place in the story of the blues and rock’n’roll is secure.
Taking a break from his film career, Rob Zombie burst out of the gates with Educated Horses, an album that more then held its own in a changing landscape.
The best Lady Gaga songs take a look at stand-out moments in a career stuffed with mind-blowingly inventive, generation-defining 21st-century pop anthems.
Released on 8 March 1965 and charting on the 27th, the group's eighth album maintained their spectacular run of success.