Artist, songwriter, and one of Britain’s finest, and possibly most underrated, guitar players, here are Ronnie Wood's career-defining cuts.
uDiscover's ongoing celebrations of the brilliance of Chuck Berry continue with a selection of 50 great covers of his incredible catalogue.
A collection of duets featuring Elton John, Rod Stewart and Willie Nelson, ‘Frankie Miller’s Double Take’ brings the undiscovered songwriter to light.
The death has been confirmed of trumpeter Wayne Jackson, a mainstay of countless classic soul and rock records as a member of the Memphis Horns.
uDiscover celebrates a enduring ballad that connects Glenn Miller, Louis Armstrong, Rick Nelson, Norah Jones and the Rolling Stones, 'The Nearness Of You,'
Mick Fleetwood has been reminiscing about his days on the UK blues circuit with John Mayall, and early Fleetwood Mac, of whom Steven Tyler was a big fan.
Originally recorded in 1937, Good Morning Little School Girl has been recorded by so many blues men, from Muddy Waters to Lightnin' Hopkins
‘Have You Ever Seen The Rain’ was one of the last great Creedence Clearwater Revival songs, as underlined by the dozens of cover versions, from Johnny Cash to Rod Stewart.
Giorgio Gomelsky, a key figure in the early careers of the Rolling Stones, the Yardbirds, Soft Machine and many others, died on 13 January at 82.
Rod Stewart, Mark King and Bernard Butler guest on a new Christmas song written by BBC Radio 6 Music breakfast show presenter, Shaun Keaveny.
The soundtrack of ‘Legend,’ starring Tom Hardy as both of the Kray twins, is full of legends itself, such as Clapton, Mayall, the Small Faces and many more.
Bryan Adams has announced his imminent return with his 13th studio album ‘Get Up,’ to be released by UMe on October 16.
The surviving members of 1970s British rock heroes the Faces - Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood and Kenney Jones - are reuniting, but for one night only.
Rod Stewart today (June 23) announces a brand new studio album, ‘Another Country,’ to be released on October 23 on Decca.
The death of Andy Fraser, former bassist with Free, robs us of a musician who made a significant contribution to British rock history, from the late 1960s.
The sudden death of Ian McLagan at 69 is sad news for anyone who admired his vivacious, invigorating mastery of the Hammond B3 and Wurlitzer electric piano.