With their fifth album, ‘V’, The Horrors were ready to take on all comers, vigorously enforcing the widely-held belief that...
As June turned to July in 1979, the second Dire Straits album Communique reached a No. 5 peak in the UK and became the third-highest new entry in the US.
Ten years after ‘The Beatles LOVE By Cirque Du Soleil’ opened in Las Vegas, the show has announced a stunning revamp to carry it into its second decade.
Keith Richards is to be the subject of a new BBC Two film directed by Julien Temple, to air in July as the centrepiece of the BBC's My Generation season.
The Queen showman's legacy is marked by a new partnership with the Academy of Contemporary Music and Metropolis Studios.
Roger Daltrey of The Who has been named as the 25th recipient of the Music Industry Trusts Award for his contributions to music and charity.
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Released in November 1982, Whitesnake’s ‘Saints And Sinners’ was one of the group’s most accessible and consistent waxings.
Motörhead have returned to the top three of the German album chart, and the top 40 in the U.K., with their 13th live album Clean Your Clock.
Nashville roots-rock trio the Cadillac Three have announced details of their new album, titled Bury Me In My Boots and released on 5 August on Big Machine.
Deep Purple co-founder and drummer Ian Paice has written a message about his “mini-stroke” that caused the postponement of shows in Europe this week.
On 17 June, Heart’s classic debut album, ‘Dreamboat Annie’, gets reissued on 180g vinyl, with a limited run of 500 red LPs being sold exclusively through uDiscover.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, The Beatles’ Love album is due to appear on streaming services on 17 June.
Ramblin’ Man Fair’s brand new bespoke pub sign is a crowning addition to rock music’s long relationship with booze.
Henry McCullough, a major contributor to the history of Irish rock and an early member of Paul McCartney's Wings, died 14 June at the age of 72.
Paul Simon has become the oldest male solo artist to top the UK album chart with Stranger To Stranger, which also debuts at No. 3 in the US.