The much-anticipated biopic is due to come to Netflix during March.
The new Billboard 200 album chart, published today (Wednesday), welcomes Canadian rock staples Nickelback back to the top five with 'No Fixed Address.’
Paul McCartney and Wings hit the big screen exactly 34 years ago today, when their concert movie ‘Rockshow' premiered in New York
The Who have unveiled a video clip for ‘Be Lucky,’ the newly-recorded track on their ‘Who Hits 50!’ compilation, and you can watch it here.
Sir Paul McCartney is embracing the technology of virtual reality with a free app offering a 360-degree live clip of 'Live and Let Die.'
The George Harrison collection ‘The Apple Years 1968-1975' will make its global debut in high definition digital audio from Monday (November 24).
20 years today (November 19) since Nirvana's ‘MTV Unplugged In New York’ entered at No. 1 in the US, Meat Puppets' Curt Kirkwood recalls his role in it.
Canadian rock staples the Tragically Hip have their third album, 1992’s ‘Fully Completely,’ reissued in multiple formats on November 18.
The Who have announced that they'll play Hyde Park in London next June, with guests Paul Weller, Kaiser Chiefs and Johnny Marr.
In 1971, one of America's biggest rock bands adapted a motto from the Grand Seal of the United States.
Roger Daltrey was at the media launch yesterday (Wednesday) of The Who app, the 3D immersive application, to experience his own band in virtual reality.
An all-star line-up played Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London last night (Tuesday), celebrating the music of The Who in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust.
The Who today launch a groundbreaking 3D immersive app, now available as a free download for smartphone, tablet and desktop, on ioS and Android.
Queen have put up an interactive album sampler on their Youtube channel, allowing fans to preview tracks from the forthcoming compilation.
The band were flying high when the dreadful news arrived, on 29 October 1971, that Duane Allman had been killed in a motorcycle accident.
Publishers Taschen have announced the new Stones book ‘The Rolling Stones,’ charting their history in over 500 pages of photographs and illustrations.