Raiding pop culture’s past and present, Roxy Music created not only one of the greatest debut albums in history, but...
Pete Townshend’s solo work is almost as prodigious as his work with The Who, so it seems only right that his solo catalogue should be available for download
The Queen Forever album, released last November to great acclaim from the band’s millions of expectant fans will soon be available as a 4xLP vinyl box set.
Jim Beach, longtime manager of Queen, will receive this year’s Peter Grant Award, given annually to recognise outstanding achievement in the field.
Queen are asking you to get a little creative and make your very own 15 second video that is inspired by 'Love Kills – the ballad' from Queen Forever.
This was rock, but not as we had known it from U2 before. Achtung Baby was an album open to sounds and hues as it recalibrated their sound for the 1990s.
Dire Straits’ ‘Brothers In Arms,’ one of the bestselling albums of all time with worldwide sales of some 30 million copies, is back in the UK top ten.
'Rattle and Hum' gave the band the opportunity to create something different again from 'The Joshua Tree,' a record of what they had just achieved and a signpost to where they were...
Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood is to have a facsimile of his recently rediscovered diary for the year of 1965 published by Genesis Publications.
U2 have added further shows in London and Barcelona to their ‘iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE’ tour for later this year.
46 years ago today, heads were looking five stories up the Apple building in London where a certain “impromptu” Beatles concert was taking place.
The beauty of Eno and Lanois’ understanding of the U2 essence was in allowing the band’s motivation to burn as brightly as ever...
Ringo Starr will have his 18th studio album ‘Postcards From Paradise’ released by Universal Music on March 30.
We called Bobby Whitlock at home in Austin Texas to talk to him about the Derek & The Dominos live album; after a few pleasantries we got down to business.
The Who are set to release all eleven of their studio albums on 180gm vinyl with a double vinyl version of their ultimate hits package, The Who Hits 50.
"I Welcome You To Crackerbox Palace..." Watch the official video for George Harrison's classic 'Crackerbox Palace', from the 1976 album, Thirty Three & 1/3.