Raiding pop culture’s past and present, Roxy Music created not only one of the greatest debut albums in history, but also a landmark work of postmodern art.
Gene Vincent's made his TV debut on the Perry Como Kraft Music Hall Show that turned him into a star overnight
Recorded in the 70s, ‘It’s Only Rock’n’Roll (But I Like It)’ is as iconic a Rolling Stones song as any that the band cut in the 60s
George Harrison’s first solo tour following the breakup of The Beatles began in November 1974, prior to the release of his fifth studio album, Dark Horse.
Woodstock may be the best-known rock festival, but is likely that the Ozark Music Festival held over the weekend of 19-21 July 1974 was bigger.
Long before the Pretenders made 'I Go To Sleep' their own, there was the 1965 version by the great vocal stylist.
A song is as much about the words as it’s about the music and Richard Harris being an actor makes the words mean so much more.
On 4 June 1946, the great vocalist and songwriter recorded the classic torch song he wrote with Robert Wells.
The Neil Sedaka song became a signature tune for two UK entertainers, singer Tony Christie and comedian Peter Kay.
A seventh album in 15 months was just a routine schedule for Bobby and Bill.
The duo were holding on for their first R&B No. 1 with a gem from the Isaac Hayes/David Porter songbook.
An unexpected soul-jazz pairing brought a new Hot 100 entry in 1968.
The newly solo Supreme charts with the album of her first TV special.
The haunting keyboard motif, the tortured vocal and the unforgettable falsetto combined for an early 1960s pop classic.
'Don't Leave Me This Way' prompted Thelma's close-fought UK chart battle with Harold Melvin and the Bluenotes, but in the US, she won hands down.
In the spring of 1970, the band's fans got a taste of their in-concert sound on disc.