'Wondrous Place' may not be among Billy's biggest hits, but it's widely seen as one of his finest.
‘The Whole World’s Shaking: The Complete Recordings 1963-66,' an elegant new document of the seminal early work of Georgie Fame, is just out on UMC.
The song written by Harry Akst and Benny Davis also connects Elvis Presley, Paul McCartney and countless others.
After almost simultaneous US top ten hits with ‘Just A Little Too Much’ and ‘Sweeter Than You,’ the teen idol charted with the 'Songs By Ricky' album.
Ringo Starr and Robert Plant came on stage at Jerry Lee Lewis’ show at the London Palladium on Sept 6 to wish ‘The Killer’ a happy upcoming 80th birthday.
The voice of the great Roy Orbison is among the great treasures of popular music history, here's a collection of smash hits and hidden gems.
Johnny Meeks, the American guitarist who made his name when he replaced Cliff Gallup in Gene Vincent’s Blue Caps, died on July 30 at the age of 78.
A box set celebrating the unique genius of Little Richard, ‘Directly From My Heart: The Best of the Specialty & Vee-Jay Years,' is coming this summer.
To mark the anniversary of his signature hit reaching No. 1 in the UK early in 1965, Universal have just released ‘Yeh Yeh — The Georgie Fame Collection.’
The singer from Coopersville, Michigan was on a hot streak on the other side of the Atlantic in 1962.
The title track from singer-songwriter JD McPherson’s much-anticipated new Rounder album album ‘Let The Good Times Roll’ is available to stream.
Joe B. Mauldin, who played double bass with Buddy Holly and the Crickets, has passed away at 74.
The name Ricky Nelson conjures memories of the 1950s and '60s, but on January 21, 2006, he was on the rise posthumously with Capitol’s ‘Greatest Hits.’
‘Blue Monday,' the Fats Domino classic, made its first appearance on the Billboard Top 100 chart on January 5, 1957.
Rick and his Stone Canyon Band found new success with first the 'Garden Party' single, then the album of the same name.
The 'Ricky Part 1' disc gave the teen idol a No. 1 on the Billboard EP chart of 25 November 1957, before he had either a No. 1 single or album.