Who wrote the first ever blues song and what was the first ever recorded blues song? We dig deep to find out the fascinating history of recorded blues.
The 1967 classic has been remade every which way from reggae and disco, and by everyone from the Everly Brothers to Joe Cocker.
Another of his timeless hits entered the Hot 100 in May 1960.
Within months of the great soul man's premature passing, the Motown trio paid tribute on disc.
With a titular track that’s recognized at first riff, Steve Miller Band's ‘Fly Like An Eagle’ stands the test of time as the epitome of 70s classic rock.
Schmitt was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2015 for his work as a pioneer of recorded music.
The Beatles and Rolling Stones alumnus entered the Billboard Hot 100 on March 31, 1973 with the ultra-funky 'Will It Go Round In Circles.'
The under-publicized story of the trailblazing artist-executive from Seattle is well worth telling in some detail.
Ricky's second and final US No.1 single was literally retrieved from the garbage can, and had connections to Sam Cooke and Glen Campbell.
Love makes the world go round, but love also goes round itself, in the grooves of the majority of the greatest pop songs ever made.
The EP includes an intimate version of 'When Love Was King' and a cover of Sam Cooke's anthemic 'A Change Is Gonna Come.'
On January 30, 1965, the soul chart made its comeback in the pages of Billboard, and Motown ruled the roost.
From gospel singer to pop icon, this introduction tells the story of the singer/songwriter’s incredible career.
In a few short years, Sam's songs and vocal technique influenced so many of the upcoming generation of stars.
Rod's years on Mercury Records provided him with some of his best material, and some of the best fun he ever had.
Less than a month after his mysterious and tragic shooting, Sam was back in the charts with 'Shake.'