Sessions for Roy Orbison's second MGM album began on October 14, 1965.
A celebration of one of the most outstanding rock figureheads with 20 of his finest moments, both as the Heartbreakers' frontman and a solo artist.
With ‘The Traveling Wilburys Vol 1’, Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Tom Petty, Roy Orbison, and Jeff Lynne entered new territory.
‘Memphis Mayhem’ offers an in-depth look at the city that spawned such acts as Otis Redding, Elvis Presley, and Johnny Cash.
The Tennessee-based singer and songwriter was known for his distinctive voice as well as his role in pioneering the "Nashville sound."
The rock supergroup was comprised of Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison, Jeff Lynne, George Harrison, and Tom Petty.
The self-titled set is released by Rounder Records via Concord and is winning plaudits for its classic but modern roots style.
“When you look at the architects of the Rock and Roll era, the names that come to mind are Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly.”
Ronnie James Dio rides again with the announcement of the ‘Dio Returns’ hologram tour that pairs the late metal legend with his old Dio bandmates.
The trek features a live band and backing singers, along with remastered audio.
The singer will be at New York's Lunt-Fontanne Theatre from 2-11 May to launch his new album 'California Sun.'
The writer, who also co-wrote 'Crying,' 'Blue Bayou' and other Orbison hits, joined fellow composers as 2018 inductees on 28 October.
During the phenomenally eventful years of 1965-67, the studio changed for musicians & producers from being a place of work to becoming a creative hub.
The Grammy-winning 1988 album has its 30th anniversary marked with a limited edition release.
The show pairs the iconic singer with live orchestration and “newly recorded, never-before-heard, digitally remastered arrangements of his classics.”
Previous inductees include Willie Nelson, BB King, Townes Van Zandt, Bonnie Raitt and Roy Orbison.