Four LPs came and went without making the British bestsellers, until their Vertigo debut 'Piledriver' made it on 20 January...
In 1968 the Bonzo Dog Band asked ‘Can Blue Men Sing The Whites?’ It was their take on a musical question that was being raised by many music journalists.
Born today Michael Eavis, the man that created the Glastonbury Festival on his farm in the west of England. Who will headline this year?
Watch the video of The Who's Tommy (Super Deluxe) curated by Pete Townshend.
Virgin Records began life as a very independent-minded label in the 1970s, one with a definite sound, releasing some of the best records of the decade.
Watch the Rolling Stones perform live on the TAMI Show in 1964, including covers of 'Around And Around', 'Off The Hook', 'Time Is On My Side' and more.
On the 9 May, the Beatles incredible run of chart-topping singles came to an end, and the man to replace them was none other than Satchmo, Louis Armstrong.
In 2009, Plant and Krauss were awarded five Grammys for their work together on 'Raising Sand' including Album of the Year.
Bad music is truly... bad. Here is a list of some of the worst albums and songs of all time. Expect the shockingly bad...
The 21 original songs on the twelve British albums that were not composed or written by any of the Beatles' members themselves.
Shortly before 10 a.m. on Monday 11th February the Beatles arrived at Abbey Road Studios in London to begin work on their first long-playing record.
1973 was a great year for music with fabulous albums released by legendary artists.
On Sunday March 10th, 1963 the Rolling Stones played what was to become their new regular double booking – Studio 51 in Soho & Richmond’s Station Hotel.
1969 was THE year of the festivals. Across North America and Britain there seemed to be one taking place somewhere almost every weekend during the summer.
Strawberry Field, not fields as the song says, was a Salvation Army children’s home in Woolton, Liverpool, just around the corner from John Lennon’s home.