Before there was Woodstock, there was Woodinville. In July 1969, thousands gathered to watch an all-star line-up at the first...
Queen were back in film soundtrack mode on this date in 1986, when they released ‘Who Wants To Live Forever' as a UK single from the movie 'Highlander.'
The strange tale of a Steve Miller Band record that was the 353rd No. 1 single in US chart history, and then took 16 years to become the 650th in the UK.
U2's catalogue sales soar after the sudden appearance of their new album 'Songs Of Innocence.'
In Who history, September 14 is the date in 1968 when Pete Townshend tells the media about ‘Tommy.’
To celebrate the release of U2's new album, Songs Of Innocence, uDiscover have curated two U2 playlists for you to explore.
Watch James McCartney guesting with The Cure on a 34-track tribute album to James' dad titled ‘The Art Of McCartney.’
uDiscover previews prog's big night, as Prog Magazine stages its third annual Progressive Music Awards tomorrow (September 11).
Keith Richards has revealed that he'll release his first new solo album for more than 20 years when the Rolling Stones finish their touring commitments.
Complete Cream is coming, with the entire studio and live album catalogue of the peerless 1960s supergroup rock trio to be gathered together as a boxed set.
The Who were among a stellar line-up on this year’s edition of the annual US network TV fundraising telecast, ‘Stand Up To Cancer,’ that aired September 5.
A brand new Genesis collection, the three-CD anthology ‘R-Kive,’ will be released by Virgin EMI/Universal Music Catalogue on September 29.
The life and music of George Harrison will be celebrated in ‘George Fest,’ an all-star tribute concert in Los Angeles later this month.
Kaiser Chiefs, fresh from their UK No. 1 album ‘Education, Education, Education & War’ in June, are already planning their 2015 campaign
The first six solo albums in George Harrison’s distinguished catalogue will be re-released later this month as ‘George Harrison: The Apple Years 1968-1975.'
We bring you, not one, but eleven classic Prog vinyl reissues on 180 gram heavyweight vinyl with exact reproductions of the artwork of the original LPs