Frankie Goes To Hollywood were the epitome of 80s excess, the singular sound of a band trying to push the sound of pop music into the future.
From Spain to Sweden, Austria to Australia and Italy to Ireland, ‘Video Killed The Radio Star’ was a defining song of 1979.
'Welcome To The Pleasuredome', 'Liverpool' and greatest hits collection, 'Bang!' are set to return on both CD and vinyl.
Few bands get to enjoy the impact in an entire career that Frankie Goes To Hollywood managed to achieve in just their first few months.
Of making the doc, the director says: “As a long-standing fan of the band, following Yes on the road this year and last on their momentous 50th tour was a dream come...
Iconic rocker Billy Idol has announced details of an extensive UK and European tour for the summer of 2018 with more dates to follow
Yes will stage a weekend of events at a fan convention for charity, attended by current band members, during their 50th anniversary UK tour in March 2018.
Mick Taylor, Terry Reid, Trevor Horn and Lulu have joined An Evening For Jack, the charity concert for Jack Bruce in London on 25 October, 2016.
Trevor Horn will collect the Outer Limits Award as one half of early 1980s prog-synth pop duo the Buggles, at the Progressive Music Awards 2016.
‘Tubular Bells II’ made its UK debut on the chart of 12 September 1992 for Mike Oldfield, and wasted no time rekindling the popularity of its predecessor.