An instant classic from The Police, here's the story behind the song recorded by everybody from Grace Jones to Manfred Mann.
Lisa Fischer, the American R&B vocalist much admired by Rolling Stones fans in the band's live performances for more than 25 years, is taking to the ballet.
Sting and Bruce Springsteen are among the rock royalty who will take part in the A&E special Shining a Light: A Concert for Progress on Race in America.
The long-awaited release of James Taylor’s new Concord/Decca album ‘Before This World' has been confirmed for June 15, and a day later in North America.
iTunes has launched its iTunes Greatest Hits campaign, featuring hit-filled best-of albums by a huge variety of stars like Sinatra, Elton and Stevie Wonder.
A dozen years ago today, the Billboard 200 welcomed what became the last Johnny Cash album released before his death, ‘American IV: The Man Comes Around.'
Ahead of ‘The London Sessions,' Mary J. Blige has compiled a collection of 'top fives', from which uDiscover has put together Mary J's personal playlist.
This was the date, all of 28 years ago, that the Police's last new recording was released, ‘Don’t Stand So Close To Me ‘86.’
‘On Stage Together,’ the double-header tour starring Paul Simon & Sting, has added more European dates in 2015.
On August 14, 1982, with a song that is already 53 years old, the UK chart welcomes a new name: Sting.
To win a coveted BRIT or Grammy award, is a career highlight for many artists, symbolising the glamour, drama & celebration of what music has to offer.