ABBA, The Rolling Stones, Elton John, The Who and Frank Zappa are among the superstar artists confirmed with exclusives for Record Store Day 2018.
Fully ten years after their split, the seminal UK trio had a new chart presence.
A picture is worth a thousand words for the best illustrated music books ever.
When Elton John was cast as the Pinball Wizard in Tommy, he set about recording his take on the Pete Townshend song. It hit the UK chart on 20 March 1976.
Legendary Who frontman Roger Daltrey returns with a new solo album As Long As I Have You, released on 1 June and featuring Pete Townshend.
Which member of The Who do you think was the first to go on the road in a solo capacity? The answer may surprise you.
Pete Townshend wrote "It's the singer not the song that makes the music move along", so true of The Who's Roger Daltrey, celebrated here In 20 Songs.
For the third single from 20/20, the Beach Boys turned to the catalogue of one of their biggest heroes, Phil Spector, with a cover of 'I Can Hear Music.'
The Who Live At The Fillmore East 1968 and Pete Townshend's first solo album Who Came First will be released in deluxe editions on 20 April 2018.
On 14 February 1970, The Who recorded their first live LP, described by the New York Times as the “best live rock album ever made,” Live At Leeds.
Soul icon Bettye LaVette takes on Bob Dylan's catalogue on her new studio album Things Have Changed released by the legendary Verve Records
Heartbreaker, the sixth and final studio album by Free, provides a strange but successful ending to the story of one of Britain’s finest blues-rock bands.
Cinema’s history of rock’n’roll movies ranges across studio features documentaries and even the avant-garde, helping to turn stage stars into screen icons.
On 29 January 1965, it was Ready Steady Who! as the highly popular Ready Steady Go! series welcomed the television debut of The Who.
Some songwriters have a greater ability to pluck classic songs from the ether than others, so what sets the great songwriters apart?