From floor-shaking stadium anthems to paeans to a lost past and roadmaps for a new life, here are 12 songs...
Paul Simon has confirmed the 3 June release on Concord of his 13th solo studio set Stranger To Stranger.
Jazz-trained drummer and David Bowie and Stevie Wonder sideman Dennis Davis died of lung cancer on 7 April 2016.
Due for release on 3 June, the ‘Totally Stripped’ 4DVD+CD shines a new light on the three lives shows that made up the bulk of their 1995 album ‘Stripped’.
The Rolling Stones' Exhibitionism show has opened to the public at the Saatchi Gallery after a media launch last night (4) that attracted massive publicity.
Rolling Stone has published its new survey of the 100 Greatest Drummers Of All Time, sure to start conversations and indeed arguments around the world.
Suck & Blow: And Other Stories I’m Not Supposed to Tell, by Blues Traveler frontman John Popper, has just been published in the US by Da Capo Press.
Offering a look into the most groundbreaking recording sessions of all time, The Beatles’ ‘Anthology’ collections will be available to stream from 4 April.
Released on 2 April 1991, ‘Word Of Mouth’ was another confident and eminently well crafted pop-rock LP from Mike And The Mechanics.
The solo career of Paul McCartney will be celebrated in a new retrospective package, Pure McCartney, to be released in three formats on 10 June.
Aim High, a photo book by Tom Sheehan covering almost the entire career of Paul Weller, will be published on 30 May, with a foreword by Weller himself.
A stellar tribute to David Bowie this Thursday and Friday (31 Mar/1 Apr) in New York has added new names, and the second show will stream on Skype.
ZZ Top, Art Garfunkel and LCD Soundsystem for Glasto: they're among the full line-up for Glastonbury 2016, which is revealed this morning (29).
The Guns N' Roses reunion announced for the 2016 Coachella Festival will extend into a summer tour of North America.
Status Quo's classic albums 'On The Level', 'If You Can't Stand The Heat' and 'Whatever You Want' are reissued with a host of unreleased recordings.
SAHB’s ‘Rock Drill’ was released in a hostile environment, but it's worthy of inclusion among the band’s best outings: a resurrection rather than a requiem.