The guitar legend bought his Seiko watch while first on tour in Japan in the 1970s - since when his...
Mott The Hoople's bass player, Pete Overend Watts, passed away on 22 January, 2017. He was 69 years old.
Brian May has confirmed the release of the long-in-the-works Queen In 3-D book, to be published on 25 May, 2017.
Pete Townshend has told UK trade magazine Music Week that he's “optimistic” about the possibility of new music by The Who with Roger Daltrey.
One the one year anniversary of Glenn Frey’s passing, Bob Seger has shared ‘Glenn Song’ on his website, Seger’s first new song in two years.
Watch the historic Rolling Stones tour in Latin America and their iconic Havana show in the two rock docs: Olé Olé Olé: A Trip Across Latin America and Havana Moon.
Yanni 'John' Alexis Mardas, the Beatles' one-time Apple Records employee known as Magic Alex, died on 13 January 2017 in Athens at the age of 74.
In January 1967 The Stones appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show, playing their new 45, 'Let's Spend the Night Together'; the song caused outrage at rehearsals
The film Peter Frampton Raw: An Acoustic Show, filmed last year in California, will be aired by AXS TV on 29 January, 2017.
Paul Weller has produced, played and sung on the forthcoming new album by British group Stone Foundation, due on 31 March, 2017.
Hear the newly released, Globe Globe-nominated collaborative song between Iggy Pop and Danger Mouse for the new Matthew McConaughey crime film, Gold.
The late artist created hand-painted artwork not only for the Beatles' live appearances, but those of other Merseybeat groups and for Liverpool's famed Cavern Club.
Bruce Springsteen's private collection of artefacts gathered throughout his life are to be housed in his home state of New Jersey.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of The Joshua Tree, U2 will play their seminal album in its entirety on tour throughout North America, UK and Europe.
Four of the most memorable albums by blues-rock powerhouse Gary Moore are to be released on 180g black vinyl, two in January 2017 and two in April.
uDiscover’s George Harrison Album By Album series takes an in-depth look at the late songwriter’s fascinating and wide-ranging discography.