The best KISS songs have entered the pantheon of great rock anthems, making it impossible to imagine music history without...
The classic song started a sequence that makes CCR surely one of the unluckiest bands never to score a US No. 1 single.
The long-awaited fourth instalment in The Who’s singles box set series traces their story from the years 1975 to 2015.
Visual artist Geronimo, aka Jumping Bull, was at last night's (21) launch of his exhibition of Rolling Stones-inspired work at the Café Royal in London.
As Megadeth make it clear on their new album, 'Dystopia', end times are near. Celebrate the coming destruction with uDiscover's 'Dystopia Rising' playlist.
The Who developed in leaps and bounds in 1966, ending on a high note with 'A Quick One'. Their singles that year chart their artistic progression.
Here's a preview clip, and the official trailer, of the forthcoming concert DVD and album George Fest: A Night To Celebrate The Music of George Harrison.
John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band, one of the most powerful statements of his entire career, made its debut on the UK chart on 16 January, 1971.
Eagles Of Death Metal have kicked off 2016 in fine style, bagging a nomination for Best International Group at this year’s Brit Awards.
David Bowie has influenced artists from all over the musical spectrum. uDiscover looks at some of the finest Bowie tributes.
Giorgio Gomelsky, a key figure in the early careers of the Rolling Stones, the Yardbirds, Soft Machine and many others, died on 13 January at 82.
Track Records released some of the most groundbreaking music of the late 60s and early 70s. uDiscover celebrates the importance of this iconic imprint.
As David Bowie's tragically posthumous album Blackstar sits at No. 1 in midweek UK sales, our memory returns to a momentous meeting with the great man.
It’s with a heavy heart that we report the confirmation that David Bowie has died after being diagnosed with cancer some 18 months ago.
‘Ace Of Spades' by Motörhead landed on the new weekly Official Charts Company singles chart today (Friday) at No. 13.
The Last Of The Teenage Idols, the most comprehensive collection of Alex Harvey material ever, runs to 14 discs and 217 tracks, and is released on 18 March