A fascinating transitional record, this album led to one of the most incredible decades in pop music.
‘Sunshine Of Your Love,’ an all-star tribute concert to Jack Bruce, has been announced, to take place at London's Roundhouse on October 24, 2015.
U2's Songs of Innocence finds the four lifetime friends in unfailingly dynamic form, with new songs brimming over with energy and inventiveness.
Jimmy Greenspoon, the keyboard player with Three Dog Night on their countless hit singles and albums, died of metastatic melanoma on March 11, at 67.
Those of us lucky enough to have seen Daevid Allen with Gong in their hey day will never forget the experience. Daevid Allen RIP.
The Cadillac Three are Jaren Johnston, bassist Kelby Ray and drummer Neil Mason who are all teenage school friends from Nashville.
One of the most significant groups to emerge in the new wave boom, Graham Parker & the Rumour, will release their new album, ‘Mystery Glue,’ on May 18.
Paul McCartney has made three previously unreleased tracks by Wings available to stream on Soundcloud and to download, for free, from his website.
The Who BBC Sessions is a great look back at a time when bands were forced to play their hits live on the radio.
Pete Townshend’s solo work is almost as prodigious as his work with The Who, so it seems only right that his solo catalogue should be available for download
Taylor Swift has been named the IFPI (International Federation of the Phonographic Industry) Global Recording Artist of 2014.
Oscar-nominated filmmaker Bruce Sinofsky was passionate about music, and sadly he passed away on Saturday at the early age of just 58.
With its distinctive talkbox feature, the song became a No.1 hit in the UK.
The Queen Forever album, released last November to great acclaim from the band’s millions of expectant fans will soon be available as a 4xLP vinyl box set.
Jim Beach, longtime manager of Queen, will receive this year’s Peter Grant Award, given annually to recognise outstanding achievement in the field.
He was born Steven Harrington, on 28 May 1959, and was known as Steve Strange, dating from his time as lead singer and frontman of the band Visage