How (and why) did musicians make epic music? There's no one answer, as this race through the history of popular music shows.
Running for over four decades, ‘Top Of The Pops’ was a beloved television institution that became the go-to destination for music legends the world over.
Simon Spence's 'All Or Nothing: The Authorized Story of Steve Marriott' is drawn from more than 125 interviews with his closest allies and collaborators.
With its infectious bass line and Mick's sassy vocals, The Rolling Stones' disco version of ‘Miss You’ hit the top of the US charts in August 1978.
The British singer and songwriter had a successful solo career after playing bass in the bands Faces and Small Faces.
The British rock band that was co-founded by Steve Mariott and Ronnie Lane were an influential rock act during the 1960s.
The single was in the UK top ten as their self-titled debut album appeared, and the group's profile continued to grow.
Album packaging has evolved over six decades. Excellent artwork still matters, and the future promises many advances for digital music and new media.
Small Faces’ ‘From The Beginning’ is a treasure trove of songs that catches the mod icons at the start of their most creative period.
Humble Pie’s ‘A&M Vinyl Box Set 1970-1975’ collects the band’s finest albums in one glorious box set – and it’s out right now.
As we anxiously count down the days until 22 April, check out some of the exclusive Record Store Day releases that have been announced for 2017.
8 May 1965. When DA Pennebaker pointed his camera at Bob Dylan in a London alley, did he realise he was making what many consider to be the most influential music video...
The debut LP was released when the Faces frontman was in the unusual situation of trying to launch solo and band careers at the same time.
On the anniversary of his death at the tragically early age of 26, we’re remembering Jimmy McCulloch, guitarist with Wings, Thunderclap Newman and more.
The bands that recorded at Olympic Studios reads like a who’s who of popular music - The Beatles, Stones, Zeppelin, Queen, The Who, U2 - all worked there.