A new documentary about the Sex Pistols gig at Manchester's Lesser Free Trade Hall on 4 June, 1976 will be aired tonight (1) by BBC Radio 2.
A Tribute To Keith Moon: There Is No Substitute, a new tribute to the late Who drummer compiled by Ian Snowball, has been newly published by Omnibus Press.
The ABBA classic 'Dancing Queen' was elevated to United Nations status last week, as this video and our story explains.
The unmistakable sound of Peter Gabriel's 1977 favourite 'Solsbury Hill' ring out loud and clear in the trailer for Pixar's upcoming Finding Dory.
Radiohead's current sellout three-night engagement at London's Roundhouse is attracting rave reviews, as the band showcase their A Moon Shaped Pool album.
The 3CD ‘Lumpy Money’ collection gives fans a look into Frank Zappa’s creative process, while three ‘Road Tapes’ releases capture his conceptual live shows.
Reissued on 15 July, Hater’s self-titled debut is a much-loved cult record that reveals a different side of the grunge explosion of the 90s.
Next year's third edition of the Keeping The Blues Alive At Sea “floating music festival,” co-presented by Joe Bonamassa, will feature Gregg Allman.
John Mayall and his band have been recording their next studio album with a very special guest: none other than the Eagles' Joe Walsh.
The former Megadeth drummer passed away on 21 May in Los Angeles while playing with his band. Nick Menza RIP
Michael Cretu, the mastermind behind the global multi-million-selling new age project Enigma, is nearing completion of the eighth album in the series.
Guitarist John Berry, a founding member of hip-hop pioneers the Beastie Boys, died 19 May. He was 52 and had been suffering from dementia.
Lisa Fischer, vocalist in the Rolling Stones' touring line-up, talks to uDiscover about her own band Grand Baton, her favourite Stones songs and more.
More than 300 personal items owned by jazz figurehead Duke Ellington go up for auction today (Wed 18 May) at the National Jazz Museum in Harlem, New York.
Legendary Singer songwriter Guy Clark has passed away. Guy Clark RIP