After its initial launch at London's Dominion Theatre, the musical would go on to become a global phenomenon.
The on-going series features Bryan "Dexter" Holland and Kevin "Noodles" Wasserman singing along to some of the band's biggest hits from inside a jet plane.
This week's episode revisits the extraordinary collaboration between Queen, Versace and the revolutionary ballet choreographer, Maurice Béjart.
The three-part series promises to offer fans new and old unprecedented insight into the formation, creative process, and brilliance of The Temptations.
'Made In Heaven' became the final chapter in the band's legacy with Freddie, and featured polished versions of songs they had never managed to finish before.
Directed by Thomas Noehre, the YouTube mini-series delves into the making of the legendary band’s new album.
The follow-up to 'Return To Forever', the long-awaited 'Rock Believer' is set for release on February 25.
‘I have stuff that’s timeless, that don’t get caught in a certain period piece,’ says Williams.
This week's episode revisits the phenomenal, star-studded Freddie Mercury tribute concert of April 1992.
Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers’ 'First Flight To Tokyo: The Lost 1961 Recordings' is out now on Blue Note.
Drummer Hal Blaine, songwriter and producer Jerry Fuller, manager Stan Schneider, and filmmaker Steven Auerbach pay tribute to Glen Campbell.
The initial foundation of the unique Queen sound can be traced back to the days of Smile, where Roger Taylor and Brian May first played together.
The two performers recorded the chat after they both appeared on the television program 'Austin City Limits.'
This week's episode celebrates one of things that make Queen so distinctive - the extraordinary sound of Brian May’s homemade guitar.
The documentary also features Brandee Younger, Ahmad Jamal, and Ray Barbee.