With his debut album, ‘I Get Wet’, Andrew WK partied hard… ’til he puked, unleashing a barrage of hedonistic, big-dumb-fun...
The Grammy Awards Will return to New York for its 60th anniversary ceremony in 2018, moving from its current home at LA's Staples Centre
The Rolling Stones 'No Filter' European tour has been announced for the autumn of 2017 which includes 13 dates in 12 cities.
After surviving the terrorist attacks at Paris' Bataclan Theatre in 2015, the Eagles of Death Metal performance at Olympia Hall a year later is now on DVD.
The Who and Guns N'Roses have announced two joint headlining shows for 2017, the first at the Rock In Rio Festival and the second in Argentina
Find 50 facts you didn’t know about The Beatles’ Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album. Learn about one of the most famous albums of all time.
While the marquee was ever changing, one constant of the Sunset Strip was Mario Maglieri, beloved owner of the Whisky A Go Go and other strip establishments
50 Years of 'Rolling Stone' magazine are on display at the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio from 4 May 2017.
After days of teasing, legendary Queen drummer Roger Taylor will release the enigmatic ‘Journey’s End’ film-and-video project on 5 May.
New York radio station SiriusXM has announced the launch of their new Beatles Channel fully authorised by The Beatles Apple Corps Ltd
"If you remember the 60s then you weren’t really there", but we can be sure that these Top 60s Gigs not only took place, but defined the decade.
Original Journey vocalist Gregg Rolie has been working with his original Journey co-founder Neal Schon and has hinted he may work with the band again
The BBC Have Revealed The World premiere of an outtake of The Beatles' 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' which can be listened to here
Can you identify these bands from just their logos? This uDiscover Name The Band Logo quiz will test you out! Some of these are hard, some are easy, but one thing's for...
Do you know what 'Ticket To Ride' was originally titled? Test your knowledge with uDiscover's Carpenters music quiz.
In 2004, 'Boom, Like That,' on the Mark Knopfler album Shangri-La, was inspired like the recent movie 'The Founder' by Ray Kroc, the man behind McDonald's.