The best things come in small packages… and that goes for the greatest pop songs of all time too. Here are 50 incredible songs under three minutes.
The host of the BBC's Saturday Club, Brian Matthew became the DJ mostly closely associated with the Beatles in the 1960s. Brian Matthew RIP
Elliott Smith’s major label masterpieces 'XO' and 'Figure 8' are getting reissued on vinyl for 7 April 2017 along with limited edition coloured versions.
The 1959 Ray Charles single 'What'd I Say' is one of the seminal and much-covered records in R&B history, well worthy of a uDiscover overview and playlist.
One of the founding fathers of rock 'n' roll died on March 18, 2017 in Missouri, at the age of 90.
The acclaimed film, Chasing Trane : The John Coltrane Documentary will get its US theatrical premiere at the IFC Center in New York on 14 April 2017
Celebrating George Harrison’s solo career, The 16LP ‘The George Harrison Vinyl Collection’ is an essential collection of his post-Beatles solo work.
Hear personal stories of Olivia Harrison and more on with Sirius XM's George Harrison week in anticipation of the Beatle's birthday and new vinyl box set.
According to tweets from Ringo Starr himself, Paul McCartney plays bass and Joe Walsh also guests on the follow-up to the drummer’s 2015 album.
British singer-songwriter Peter Skellern, of 'You're A Lady' fame, died on 17 February, 2017, a month short of his 70th birthday.
25 years after New Miserable Experience became a mainstay on MTV, the Gin Blossoms' multi-platinum album is being reissued on limited edition colour vinyl.
Roy Orbison's son Alex has secured the film rights to a book about Jimmie Nicol, the drummer who was a stand-in Beatle for 13 days.
Peter Frampton is contributing to the next album by Ringo Starr, just as he did the former Beatle's last studio release, 2015's Postcards From Paradise.
The relationship between John Lennon and Yoko Ono has inspired a new film that focuses on ripe and relevant themes of love, courage and activism in the U.S.
In the second of our three-part interview with Rick Wakeman, the great instrumentalist remembers his 1971 sessions with David Bowie.
Rick Wakeman has been talking to uDiscover about his new solo album Piano Portraits. Here, in the first of three parts, he explains how the record came about.