Capturing “the delirious optimism of the era”, ‘The Rolling Stones Rock And Roll Circus’ remains one of the most ambitious extravaganzas in rock history.
Having produced four Queen albums and Freddie Mercury’s ‘Mr Bad Guy’, Reinhold Mack saw the singer’s ‘genius’ working methods up close.
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Across four solo albums, Mick Jagger has given free rein to a restless creativity, stretching beyond what’s expected of him as The Rolling Stones’ frontman.
With their twelfth album, ‘WHO’, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey have created a wise, relevant record that would have startled their younger selves.
'Let It Bleed' has become a classic and is a testament to the art of the long-playing record.
The band will once again team with local symphony orchestras for the North American performances, which will now begin on 21 April in Hollywood, FL.
The Rolling Stones’ third US album in a year, ‘December’s Children (And Everybody’s)’ was a mix of covers and originals, including unexpected treasures.
Living in Munich for several years in the 80s, Freddie Mercury found a new pace of life. “There was a sense of freedom,” Mercury’s PA, Phoebe, reveals.
Tate Liverpool and National Museums Liverpool are presenting Giles Martin's Dolby Atmos mix of the landmark 1967 release, “transporting” the audience to Abbey Road Studios.
The best Queen live performances are mesmerising examples of how the band raised the standard of rock concerts to a whole new level of brilliance.
Tapping into the psychedelic 60s, ‘Their Satanic Majesties Request’ is probably the most unusual of The Rolling Stones’ albums.
The Best Freddie Mercury videos reveal how the Queen frontman harnessed powerful visuals to further express his boundless creativity.
The set will feature three complete concerts on the band's final US tour in October 1968 and their ensuing last UK date at the Royal Albert Hall.
Recorded at his home in the south of France in August, the show features the superstar in frank conversation with TV and radio presenter Graham Norton.