There are many great cover songs, but only a few stand out as landmarks, earning themselves a distinction among the best cover versions of all time.
8 May 1965. When DA Pennebaker pointed his camera at Bob Dylan in a London alley, did he realise he was making what many consider to be the most influential music video...
All The Way, Eagle Records' celebration of Justin Hayward's solo career, is now available digitally, with no fewer than 15 additional songs.
Artist Roger Dean, synonymous with progressive rock figureheads as Yes and Asia, will have an exhibition on display on the Isle of Man from 20 August.
Justin Hayward of the Moody Blues, who has extensive solo dates in North America in May/ June, will follow them with a September UK tour titled Stage Door.
The DVD Burt Bacharach: A Life In Song’, a tribute to the career and work of legendary songwriter, captures the master performing his classics live.
Ginger Baker has announced that he’s reviving Air Force, the jazz-rock fusion project with whom he released two albums in 1970.
As the Moody Blues continue their current UK tour, Justin Hayward has dropped a hint that the famed British band have plans to record new material.
Moodies fans, listen up: pre-order is available now for ‘The Moody Blues: The Polydor Years 1986-1992,' due for release on November 24, 2014.
The Moody Blues have announced their return to the road in the UK next year, for the ‘Timeless Flight 2015’ Tour.
Barclay James Harvest reached a new level with their 1977 classic, 'Down To Earth'.
Tony Visconti has worked with David Bowie, T.Rex, Badfinger, U2, The Moody Blues & Morrissey, all of which has earned him the respect of his peers
Eight years ago today, the lights went out for the last time, as a weekly show, on a British pop music institution, as we said goodbye TOTP.
That Friday feeling prompts a playlist of tunes both classic and modern on the subject of the weekend. We begin with Eddie Cochran’s posthumous UK hit...
uDiscover has curated a playlist of some of the best prog music out there in order to celebrate the weekend with an unbeatable Prog Rock playlist.
FM radio & pirate radio began experimenting with different kinds of music; shows dedicated to playing rock music and AOR. The revolution was in full swing.