The Welsh stalwart inspired by Lead Belly and Big Bill Broonzy helped introduce R&B-tinged rock to a huge audience.
The 2019 ceremony will also recognise, among other blues standards, the Muddy Waters song that gave the Rolling Stones their name.
“It’s an absolute dream to present this music live, so I hope you’ll come join me", the iconic producer said of the forthcoming concert.
The show also featured performances from Gary Clark Jr. and Los Lobos with Boz Scaggs and Robert Randolph.
"Dino" returns to the countdown, on which he last figured in 1969, with the festive staple 'Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!'.
Through sampling, hip-hop has the power to bring old music to new years, helping music to evolve while paying respects to the artists that came before.
The Secret Genius program's goal is to shine a light on people behind the scenes — songwriters, producers, engineers and mixers — of the world’s most popular and influential songs.
Entitled ‘Quincy’, the new doc has been co-directed by the star’s daughter, Rashida Jones.
Re-runs of the famous show will include appearances by Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles and the only TV performance by Derek and the Dominos.
Previous inductees include Willie Nelson, BB King, Townes Van Zandt, Bonnie Raitt and Roy Orbison.
The former Rolling Stone's Rhythm Kings release an album of outtakes, and he has also named a favourite Dire Straits song.
New York's famous Blue Note jazz club opened a branch in Rio de Janeiro. Its eighth location and first in the Southern Hemisphere, on 31 August 2017.
The 1959 Ray Charles single 'What'd I Say' is one of the seminal and much-covered records in R&B history, well worthy of a uDiscover overview and playlist.
Alison Krauss will release the new album Windy City, her first as a solo artist without Union Station for 17 years, on 3 March, 2017 on Decca/Capitol.
Rock’n’roll defined freedom for a new generation of youths in the 50s, spawning icons such as Elvis Presley, Little Richard and Chuck Berry, and going on to inspire The Beatles and The...
Mose Allison, who has died at the age of 89, was a huge presence in jazz and blues, but his influence was also greatly felt in the rock and pop arena.