Tragic Kingdom may have been shadowed by breakups and loss, but No Doubt channelled their emotions into genre-busting pop anthems that the world adored.
From her decades-long alt.rock dominance with No Doubt to boundary-pushing solo work, the best Gwen Stefani songs reveal an artist who refuses to settle.
‘I’ve never seen anybody enjoy performing as much as he did. The relationship he had with his fans was so palpable.’
The trailblazing Jamaican vocalist died in Kingston after contracting coronavirus.
The Beach Boys created the “California Dream” but beach music has its roots all over the US – or anywhere where there’s sand and restless spirits.
The London rock band comprised of Sting, Andy Summers, and Stewart Copeland were one of the most successful bands of their time.
The Long Beach rock band was founded by Bradley Nowell, whose songwriting and genre-blending approach elevated the band to fame.
Island Records founder Chris Blackwell paid tribute to her on hearing the news, describing her as "such a sweet person".
The Jamaican reggae band are widely renowned for their work within the ska and rocksteady subgenres.
From stoner anthems to good-natured novelties, the best songs about marijuana are perfect for indulgers – or those with just a contact buzz.
This will mark the group’s first appearance in Southern California since Coachella Festival 2012.
Desmond Dekker was the first to have hit records outside of Jamaica and his influence on young white British teenagers was pivotal to his success in the 1960s.
Ska and pop legends Madness return to the US for the first time in eight years with the announcement of stateside tour dates for 2020.
The oeuvre-defining disc over 16 million copies worldwide, and was certified diamond in the United States and Canada.
Whether they’re unapologetic in their politics, deploying shredding solos or rolling with swagger, here are seven bands keeping rock alive.