Whether they supported each other or had epic falling outs, here are some of our favorite musical sibling groups that have forged music history together.
In celebration of the much revered Grammy Award winner and member of the Roll and Roll Hall of Fame.
'I Just Fall In Love Again,' from the Carpenters' 'Passage' album, was also recorded by Dusty and then by the Canadian star.
A special playlist to celebrate the masterful song craft and recording brilliance of Richard and Karen Carpenter.
As the third single from 'Passage' was released, February 18, 1978 brought Richard and Karen's one appearance on the country chart.
Nearly seven years after Karen Carpenter's death, the group's devotees were able to hear a whole disc of unreleased material, on the album 'Lovelines.'
Now deleted, 'Live At The Palladium' was only released in the UK and Japan and is now something of a collectors' item for fans of Karen and Richard.
News of Stephens' death was acknowledged by Tim Rice and Andrew Loog Oldham, among many others.
A look at one of his most-recorded numbers, with the help of the late, great Leon himself.
Artists have always tried to go one better than Bing Crosby’s White Christmas, the song that arguably defines the holiday season like no other.
Thirteen years after the Marvelettes' original, Richard and Karen Carpenter's cover of 'Please Mr. Postman' became their third US No.1.
In 1976, Palmer's third album 'Some People Can Do What They Like' became his most successful to date.
In October 1973, with some seven years of great Stax recordings already to his name, Taylor charted with another, ‘Cheaper To Keep Her.’
On October 10, 1970, the Carpenters made their British breakthrough, with the Burt Bacharach and Hal David composition '(They Long To Be) Close To You.'
Just how did Karen and Richard Carpenter get involved with the ‘International Flying Saucer Bureau’?