Along with his beloved guitar 'Lucille', B.B. King brought the blues out of the margins and into the mainstream of America.
'I Wanna Be Your Man', The Rolling Stones second 45 was released in November 1963, but it was not what Decca Records had originally planned.
'Little Red Rooster' was the Rolling Stones' second single to top the UK chart, proof of the staying power they would show time and time again.
It was in October 1973 that the Rolling Stones secured their 7th US No.1 when ‘Angie’ made the top of the Billboard chart.
Qello Concerts’ Summer Encore Festival is offering decades’ worth of on-demand performances.
The 79-track album, featuring highlights from Saturday’s live-stream, will benefit the WHO’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
The shows see Wood reuniting with pianist Waters, a longtime collaborator of the Rolling Stones and many others.
The Black Crowes could always be counted on to produce the finest Southern rock of the late 20th Century, and ‘Shake Your Money Maker’ is no exception.
The celebrations include releases, broadcasts, exhibitions, a new book and rare David Bowie videos.
The Rolling Stones' first tour, which began on 29 September 1963, was a star-studded affair featuring the Everly Brothers, Bo Diddley and Little Richard, among others.
Indie darling Liz Phair talks the role of artists, her groundbreaking debut, ‘Exile In Guyville’, and her lo-fi legacy that inspired generations of songwriters.
The series first launched in 2003, with an exploratory dive into Dusty Springfield’s 'Dusty in Memphis' and has gone on to publish 131 titles.
Howlin Wolf London Session record in 1970 with Eric Clapton and a cast of great British musicians is a must hear for all blues fans…
Where do you think a Mississippi Delta Blues Plaque should be placed in Britain? Your chance to vote with Rockin The Blues.
The Time Machine takes us back to 23 April 1971 and the day the Rolling Stones released Sticky Fingers and a vibrant British music scene.
He’s the man that played a huge role in helping to shape rock music and in particular the influence of the blues on a whole generation of young British musicians.