The Who's frontman Roger Daltrey talks about the making of the band's legendary 1969 album and reimagining it for the new ‘Tommy Orchestral’ version.
Now based in Nashville, the rising Americana singer-songwriter originates in Mississippi, the cradle of the blues.
The Bedford-born artist played the Honky Tonk Stage on the Sunday of this year's inaugural Long Road.
The Texan-born singer-songwriter played The Long Road in support of his new Decca Records album 'Ready The Horses'.
The young Texan singer won NBC's 'The Voice' aged 16 and has been wowing audiences ever since.
The Decca Records stars celebrated their 'Wild Silence' album's success with a Friday show at the inaugural Long Road.
The band's second album 'Cartwheels', became the first album by a UK country act to reach No. 1 on the British album chart.
Having been dubbed "the Irish Carrie Underwood", Megan O'Neill is one of Americana's fastest-rising stars.
Billy Bragg has found favour with country and Americana fans since his landmark 'Mermaid Avenue' Wilco collaboration.
Ravi Coltrane discusses the legacy of his father, John Coltrane, and the historical importance of ‘Both Directions At Once: The Lost Album’.
Finland's Von Hertzen Brothers brought their mix of classic and progressive rock to Ramblin’ Man for a second time in 2018.
The band's much-acclaimed ‘Love Bites (So Do I)’ even won Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance at the 2013 Grammy Awards.
The prog-metal supergoup feature former Dream Theater mainstay Mike Portnoy and ex-Guns N'Roses guitarist Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal.
The rising Nashville roots-rockers played on a Ramblin' Man Fair bill also including The Cult, Halestorm and Blackberry Smoke.
Jones and band are exciting purveyors of what their frontman calls “psychedelic outlaw country and blues sonic rock’n’roll”.
These hotly-tipped Southern country blues rockers ripped up the festival's Outlaw Country Stage early on Saturday afternoon