Fuller and his group's version of ‘I Fought The Law’ is a classic rock’n’roll record, but always risks being upstaged by the macabre circumstances of his death.
One of the wildest music genres has some wild gigs to match.
Mervyn 'Muff' Winwood will receive the A&R Icon title at the inaugural A&R Awards in London in November 2016.
Sandy Pearlman, the industry all-rounder perhaps best known as the producer of the Clash's second album Give 'Em Enough Rope, has died at the age of 72.
Four historic 1976 concerts by the Sex Pistols will be anthologised for the first time on a new 4CD, 4LP and digital release by UMG on 19 August.
Collecting a number of iconic photos, three key exhibitions in London show that punk's aesthetic was as important as the music and politics.
Aim High, a photo book by Tom Sheehan covering almost the entire career of Paul Weller, will be published on 30 May, with a foreword by Weller himself.
While music journalism can be biased, disposable or sink to self-indulgent waffle, it’s served as a fertile breeding ground for incisive, informed writers.
The Professionals, formed by Steve Jones and Paul Cook after the demise of the Sex Pistols, have The Complete Professionals out by Universal on 16 October.
Rock photographer Michael Putland will have many of his most memorable images on display at the Royal Albert Hall in London over the coming weeks.
The new documentary about British punk pioneers The Damned, ‘Don’t You Wish That We Were Dead,’ has its European premiere tonight (Wed June 3) in London.
The well-established and deep-rooted links between reggae and punk are being celebrated on ‘Punky Reggae Selecta,' just out from Universal Music Catalogue.
The Damned, one of the most seminal bands of the punk era, are the subjects of a new documentary to premiere at SXSW in Austin, Texas next week.