Recoding ‘Gaucho’ “wasn’t fun at all”, according to Steely Dan’s Walter Becker, but the album was hailed as the best...
According to tweets from Ringo Starr himself, Paul McCartney plays bass and Joe Walsh also guests on the follow-up to the drummer’s 2015 album.
The Kooks have announced a spring 2017 greatest hits tour of the UK and Europe.
The Moody Blues will celebrate the upcoming 50th anniversary of the classic Days of Future Passed by performing it on a North American tour from June 2017.
Roy Orbison's son Alex has secured the film rights to a book about Jimmie Nicol, the drummer who was a stand-in Beatle for 13 days.
Seventeen years into his solo career, ‘Prisoner’ finds Ryan Adams channeling his disparate creative impulses into a seamless whole.
Lynyrd Skynyrd and other bands who created the original southern rock explosion will be performing next January in the 2018 Southern Rock Cruise.
eBay for Charity is to auction a 1958-era Hagstrom Blue Sparkle Deluxe guitar owned and played by Kurt Cobain.
Alan Dower Blumlein, revered as the inventor of stereo sound recording, is to be awarded a posthumous Technical Grammy from the Recording Academy.
‘Little Steven’ Van Zandt is brewing up some new music of his own, with the premiere of 'Saint Valentine's Day'.
uDiscover presents the top 100 guitar solos. Take a look at what’s made our list and see if you agree with our pick of the best guitar solos ever.
The Tedeschi Trucks Band will release the live album and concert film Live From The Fox Oakland on Fantasy Records, via Concord, on 17 March.
Peter Frampton is contributing to the next album by Ringo Starr, just as he did the former Beatle's last studio release, 2015's Postcards From Paradise.
Released on 3 February 2017, ‘Live From South Africa: Dust And Thunder’ captures Mumford & Sons on one of the most exciting tours of their career.
Bassist Nathan East, who has a new Billboard jazz chart No. 1 with Reverence, has been talking about working with Eric Clapton and George Harrison.
The relationship between John Lennon and Yoko Ono has inspired a new film that focuses on ripe and relevant themes of love, courage and activism in the U.S.