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.
The producer of Patsy Cline’s timeless hits and songs by Loretta Lynn, Kitty Wells, Brenda Lee and many other greats was born on 21 October 1915.
'Stubborn Kind Of Fellow,' which Gaye co-wrote with Mickey Stevenson and Berry Gordy’s brother George, established him as a soul contender.
From Spain to Sweden, Austria to Australia and Italy to Ireland, ‘Video Killed The Radio Star’ was a defining song of 1979.
On 20 October 1977, the rock heroes were involved in the terrible plane crash that claimed the lives of three band members.
Inspiration for 'I Second That Emotion' struck when Smokey was out shopping with his friend and fellow writer Al Cleveland.
The sibling duo liked 'Strawberry Letter 23' so much that one of them went down the aisle to the Shuggie Otis original.
It was the LP featuring the UK top ten hit 'Killer On The Loose,' and the first with guitarist Snowy White.
The powerful 'I Can't Get Next To You' was the second single from the group's 'Puzzle People' album.
His reading of 'Mack The Knife' topped the charts on both sides of the Atlantic and became another Darin classic.
In 1962, the singer-writer from Coopersville, Michigan could do very little wrong in the UK, and proved it again with 'The Swiss Maid.'
Hank's next single was the jaunty, lighthearted 'Settin' The Woods On Fire.'
In the year that we lost her, 'Faded Love' became Patsy's final top ten solo single.
The group were already a decade into one of the most impressive country chart careers of the era when 'Thank God I've Got You' arrived in October 1976.
‘You’re Gonna Change (Or I’m Gonna Leave)' was inspired in no small part by the singer’s fiery relationship with his wife, Audrey.
The song written by Harry Akst and Benny Davis also connects Elvis Presley, Paul McCartney and countless others.