The group were climbing the charts with 'Fun, Fun, Fun' as the LP it opened, 'Shut Down Volume 2,' was released on March 2, 1964.
A stunning visual history of the groundbreaking record label, Motown: The Sound Of Young America is out now!
One off the driving forces on the early to mid sixties California music scene, as a songwriter, performer and session man. P.F. Sloan RIP
Mad about the boys? Then this playlist is for you, gathering together all the best songs about boys - from bad boys to toy boys, naughty boys to bell boys!
In 1963, Bobby Darin turned 27 in good form, with some new hit singles and, 52 years ago exactly, a chart entry with the ’18 Yellow Roses’ album.
iTunes has launched a 50 Legendary American Albums promotion, with some of the greatest moments in rock, rap, country, pop and soul of the past six decades.
Actor Paul Dano has been talking to the British press about playing Brian Wilson in ‘Love & Mercy,’ ahead of the film’s UK opening on Friday (10).
The duo's second album in four months took its name from their outstanding single 'Just Once In My Life.'
The Who box set ‘Volume 2: The Reaction Singles 1966,’ the second of four limited edition 7” singles packages, will be released by USM on August 14.
May 18 marks the release on vinyl by Universal Music Catalogue of no fewer than six albums from the 1970s and ‘80s catalogue of the mighty Beach Boys.
Brian Wilson will follow his June/July tour of North America with a UK arena schedule in September, with guests America and Edwyn Collins.
Happy birthday Dean Torrence, formerly of late 1950s and '60s hitmakers Jan & Dean and later a Grammy-award winning designer, born in LA on March 10, 1940.
On 25 February 2015, the world lost Chris Rainbow, a fine singer who made some brilliant records in the 70s and worked with Camel, among others.
The incredible story of Brian Wilson adds a new chapter on April 6/7 with the release of his 11th solo studio album, ‘No Pier Pressure.’
The ultimate Sunday morning playlist...
After co-producing the James Brown biopic ‘Get On Up,’ Mick Jagger has co-produced ‘Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown,’ a new HBO documentary.