Norman Granz was one of the most important figures in jazz music, a behind-the-scenes player that transformed the genre.
The artist born Steven Georgiou became one of the quintessential singer-songwriters.
It was a tale involving an American hit that Oldfield didn’t approve of, a hit horror film, a complete rearrangement and Richard Branson’s sister.
‘The Public Image Is Rotten’ celebrates PiL’s 40-year career and suggests they’ve made an even more lasting musical impression than Lydon’s Sex Pistols.
In the grounds of a stately home in Hertfordshire, the Bucolic Frolic culminated in some mighty southern rock.
In memory of a rock frontman whose impact lives on despite his tragically early death.
After a decade of hard work, the Los Angeles native was on her way, as the ‘Mistaken Identity’ album followed ‘Bette Davis Eyes’ to the US chart summit.
The short in the arm that rock music needed, ‘Portrait Of An American Family’ introduced Marilyn Manson to the world while skewering mainstream culture.
John and Paul's show of solidarity was a measure of the outrage felt about Jagger and Richards' imprisonment.
In 1956, the great bluesman recorded his commemoration of a Mississippi tragedy.
Opening the door for generations of female singers, ‘It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels’ was an answer song that kick-started Kitty Wells’ career.
Dr. May maintains a non-stop schedule as a guitarist, songwriter, humanitarian and in so many other roles.
Both a confidant and a fantasy to his audience, Michael Hutchence combined god-like looks with an enigmatic personality, becoming rock’s last true sex god.
On July 18, 1974, the former Beatle was officially told (again) to get out of the United States.
The one-time Motown secretary and backing vocalist became one of the company's A-list vocalists.
Held from April to October 1967, Expo 67 found Thelonious Monk, Jefferson Airplane, The Supremes and Harry Belafonte celebrating all things Canada.