Joining the British beat groups and US favourites on the Hot 100 of 15 August 1964 was the Hardest Working Man In Show Business.
In June 1971, even media types who had never liked GFR's populist hard rock style had to concede that they'd become one of the biggest bands of their generation.
On 7 April 1972, The Big O cut the number that would become the opening song on his 'Memphis' album.
The British vocalist has enjoyed huge solo success in a remarkable career with connections to The Beatles, the Small Faces, Robert Palmer and others.
On 29 January 1965, the UK’s celebrated TV music show 'Ready Steady Go!' hosted The Who's TV debut.
A groundbreaking song in British rock history was born in London on 13 October 1965, followed by the album of the same name on 3 December.
uDiscover's ongoing celebrations of the brilliance of Chuck Berry continue with a selection of 50 great covers of his incredible catalogue.
Lesser-known but highly influential blues musician Alger 'Texas' Alexander is to be honoured with a historical marker in the cemetery in which he is buried.
The sophomore album 'Grand Funk' saw the trio expanding on the confidently hard-rocking sound of their debut release.
After big UK hits with ‘Where Did Our Love Go’ and ‘Baby Love,’ now it was time for some album action.
Midway through the 1970s, Grand Funk fans had another chance to experience the band’s on-stage energy on disc.
A launch took place at the Royal Albert Hall's Elgar Room last night to announce Lead Belly Fest for June, starring Van Morrison, Jools Holland et al.
Lana Del Rey has revealed the title of her next album, and that she has nine songs ready for it. The follow-up to ‘Ultraviolence’ will be ‘Honeymoon.’
The artists that made London the pop music capital of the world epitomise an era of change, with a soundtrack featuring some of the best pop music ever.