Another album that pays homage to the blues legends that inspired him, ‘The Prophet Speaks’ found Van Morrison at the top of his game.
‘Three Chords And The Truth’ finds Van Morrison at his irascible best, while also tapping into formative influences to create an essential album.
A reminder that no one does diverse like Van Morrison, the ‘Versatile’ album dove deep into the jazz music that fired him up as a young man in Belfast.
Few blues songs have been as frequently covered as ‘Baby Please Don’t Go’; originated by Joe Williams’s Washboard Blues Singers.
Robertson was accompanied by house band the Roots in his first network TV performance for eight years.
As he became an octogenarian, B.B. released the all-star album featuring Eric Clapton, Mark Knopfler, Elton John, Van Morrison and many more.
The former Dire Straits frontman hit a particularly rich seam with his second LP in his own name, 'Sailing To Philadelphia.'
A love-letter to the blues, Van Morrison’s 37th album, ‘Roll With The Punches’, is a hard-hitting album proving the Irish singer still has some fight left.
The enduring singer-songwriter's sixth album in just four years, the new record is due out on 25 October.
The double-sided 'That's Where It's At' and 'Cousin Of Mine' represented the last time Sam would see his own name in the charts.
The shows follow on from his five performances at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas in January and February 2020.
The track features vocals on the choruses by Glen Hansard, and the positive lyric makes reference to John Lennon.
From powerhouse belters to multi-octave vocalists with mind-boggling versatility, the best male rock singers have left their mark on music history.
The album is inspired by Robertson's recent work on crime epic 'The Irishman' and by the upcoming documentary 'Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band.'
There has been no shortage of songs about the Moon, from romantic ballads to conspiracy theory-fuelled considerations and zeitgeist-capturing hits.