On December 2, 1992, 'Avalon' went platinum for Roxy in the US, fully a decade after it was released.
The British glam rock band founded by Bryan Ferry also counted Phil Manzanera and Brian Eno as members and was massively influential on music for decades after their initial run.
The scope of Ayers' work paved the way for many other psych-rock musicians.
The London musician and producer is known for his solo career as well as his role playing lead guitar in Roxy Music.
1977's 'How's Tricks' is one of the many hidden gems in the solo career of the late, great singer, writer and bassist.
The song was kept off No. 1 in the UK only by Blondie's 'Sunday Girl.'
Ferry, Mackay and Manzanera will perform alongside a group of musicians that have played with either Ferry or Roxy Music throughout the years, including Chris Spedding, Neil Jason and Fonzi Thornton.
Almost 25 years in the making, the new record started as an experimental project in the mid ‘90s, aiming to be a synthesis of all Mackay’s varied influences.
Caravan, Gary Brooker, Alan Parsons Project and PFM were also among those taking home silverware.
In a new interview, Bryan Ferry has expressed an interest in recording new music with his former Roxy Music colleague Brian Eno
Roxy Music's seminal self-titled debut album from June 1972 is receiving a super deluxe box set reissue through UMC in February 2018
uDiscover can exclusively announce that the new Jack Bruce tribute concert An Evening For Jack, will feature Ginger Baker, Steve Hackett and Billy Cobham.
Released on 15 October 1974, Roxy Music's Country life was hailed as their most consistent album yet.
Sunshine Of Your Love, the tribute concert to Jack Bruce, has raised over £30,000 for his favourite charity, East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH).