Containing the belting ‘Since You Been Gone’, Rainbow’s ‘Down To Earth’ album was a muscular, radio-friendly classic from the Ritchie Blackmore-led band.
This year, the fast-rising event was due to host stars including Hawkwind, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Heart vocalist Ann Wilson.
Day three of Ramblin’ Man Fair 2019 had a welcome laidback vibe… until Airbourne napalmed the audience with the most enjoyable set of the weekend.
The acclaimed Southern rockers have a formidable live reputation and six albums under their belt to date.
Mighty Northern Irish alt-rockers Therapy? were always going to be one of the bands on everyone’s lips at this year’s Ramblin’ Man.
Ramblin’ Man Fair continued for Day Two, this time it was prog and blues feast while the main stage played host to Blackberry Smoke, Halestorm and The Cult.
The Polish death metal icon's side alt.country project shifts its line-up
The Ramblin Man Fair is more impressive than ever, with standout performances by Steve Earle & The Dukes, Steel Panther, The Cadillac Three and Mott the Hoople.
From original pioneers Elvis and Little Richard, to the Allmans and Cadillac Three, Southern rock has made a global impact far beyond its original boundaries. But then again… maybe it had no...
These artists may be young in age but in blues years, they’re old souls. Here are just a few of the young artists keeping the blues alive.
We interviewed Glasgow rock band Gun at this year's Ramblin' Man Fair. The guys talked about their new album, festival tips and their 'favourite pleasures'.
We sat down with Glenn Hughes at this year's Ramblin' Man Fair to talk about his festival experiences, new material, Stevie Wonder and David Bowie.
To whet the appetite for the exclusive interviews and acoustic performances captured at the uDiscover tent, we reveal out Ramblin’ Man 2017 highlights reel.
In the most anticipated day of the weekend, ZZ Top closed Ramblin’ Man Fair 2017 with a high-octane set full of classics from their 40-plus-year career.
As the crowds got soaked on day two of Ramblin’ Man 2017, Extreme, Reef and Glenn Hughes ensured there was plenty to brave the downpours for.