Iggy Pop will have his memoir, Total Chaos, published this winter by Jack White's Third Man Books.
Lesser-known but highly influential blues musician Alger 'Texas' Alexander is to be honoured with a historical marker in the cemetery in which he is buried.
A Salute To Lemmy, featuring his Motörhead bandmates and fellow metal heroes Saxon, will be part of the Metal Hammer Golden God Awards in London in June.
Bad Company’s ‘Live 1977 And 1979’ presents, for the first time, the band’s classic line-up performing two stunning concerts in their 70s heyday.
Here's the live video of Mumford & Sons' new collaboration with Senegalese superstar Baaba Maal and London-based, Malawi-inspired outfit the Very Best.
Well known to Rolling Stones devotees over a period of more than 20 years, the singer will soon embark on her own European tour with her band Grand Baton.
A Big Star tribute was filmed in LA for the planned Concord DVD release ‘Thank You, Friends’ .
The Earls Of Leicester, the bluegrass sextet whose first, self-titled 2014 album won a Grammy, will follow it with the 15 July release of Rattle & Roar.
A remarkable, unreleased collaboration between Miles Davis and Prince has re-emerged online. Listen to 'Can I Play With U?' here.
George Thorogood, currently on a run of Canadian dates, has been talking about his admiration for groups such as Steppenwolf and the Allman Brothers Band.
Ray Wilson, the frontman with Stiltskin who was also the lead singer with Genesis on their final studio album, will release a new solo set on 3 June.
Billy Paul, a key representative of the “Philly Soul” sound with his classic 'Me And Mrs. Jones,' died 24 April after a diagnosis with pancreatic cancer.
KISS fans have had their the first look at Figures Toy Company's Destroyer retro figure series, and at the KISS Rocks Vegas movie trailer.
Blues-rock pioneer Lonnie Mack, who played with such greats as James Brown and Freddie King and had his own big hit in 1963 with 'Memphis,' has died at 74.
Containing the original album’s 11 tracks, plus a bonus 7”, The Horrors’ 2007 debut, ‘Strange House’, will be reissued on 3 June.