“I think (the album will) be similar in the way that Brief Inquiry can be quite deconstructed – there’s big,...
A funeral mass is being held today (23) for Jerry Corbetta of Denver rock band Sugarloaf, who died 16 September. He had been battling Pick's disease.
There is something to be said for a particular room - or theatre or space - which offers a certain feeling that can never really be succinctly recreated.
Three more of Sonic Youth’s Geffen-era vinyl reissues will surface on 14 October: ‘Experimental Jet Set…’, ‘A Thousand Leaves’ and ‘NYC Ghosts & Flowers’.
Lewis Merenstein, whose most famous credit was producing Van Morrison's 1968 classic Astral Weeks, died on 6 September in New York at the of 81.
John Fogerty will co-headline the Colorado Remembers 9/11 free concert tomorrow (11) in Denver, with Colorado's own Big Head Todd and the Monsters.
Having made his name with The Who, legendary guitarist Pete Townshend embarked on a solo career in 1972, the fruits of which are reissued on 30 September.
Featuring rare and unreleased recordings, ‘Live At The Hollywood Bowl’ captures The Beatles at the height of Beatlemania and is released on 9 September.
Released on DVD on 21 October, ‘The Boys Of Zummer Tour: Live In Chicago’ captures Fall Out Boy at their live best at a homecoming show in Chicago.
Brothers and Sisters was spreading the Allman family name on 8 September 1973, becoming the Allman Brothers Band's only US No. 1 album.
Capturing the frenzy of Beatlemania better than any other document, ‘Live At The Hollywood Bowl’ finds the group in the first flushes of changing the world.
Rounder's seven-CD box set of 2013, Skydog: The Duane Allman Retrospective, is to be released as a limited edition, 14 LP box set on 180 gram vinyl.
Released on 23 September, ‘ZAPPAtite’ collects some of the tastiest tracks from Frank Zappa’s wide-ranging career.
Status Quo will follow their highly successful 2014 album Aquostic — Stripped Bare with the 21 October release of Aquostic II – That's A Fact!
The Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle was massive and during the year it took to complete The Stones appeared in front of almost 6 million people
Keith Moon would have turned 70 today, so it's a very appropriate day for Part 1 of uDiscover's interview with his daughter Amanda de Wolf.