Norah Jones has announced that she will perform at both the Newport Folk Festival and then the Newport Jazz Festival on consecutive weekends in July.
Former Dire Straits bassist John Illsley has announced the release on 13 May of his sixth solo album, Long Shadows, on Creek Touring & Records.
Foo Fighters have responded to the recent rumours that they might be on the verge of splitting up by posting this “official band announcement” video.
Don Williams, a country favourite since the 1960s and member of the Country Music Hall of Fame with 17 No. 1s to his name, has announced his retirement.
UK stars will come together at the 02 Academy in London on 16 March at a Men United event for Prostate Cancer UK, in memory of musician Matt Irving.
Major stars from the music world were honoured with awards at the 88th Oscars ceremony: Ennio Morricone, Sam Smith and Amy Winehouse
The Johnny Cash Museum, which has been a feature of downtown Nashville since opening in 2013, is unveiling a number of new exhibits.
Alice Cooper and Rick Wakeman will headline the UK's inaugural Stone Free Festival at The 02 in London on 18 and 19 June, 2016 respectively.
Writer, conductor, arranger and musician Jack Feierman, who played in Count Basie's band and worked with Frank Sinatra and many others, has died at 91.
Trumpeter John Chilton, a longtime favourite on the British jazz scene as the leader of his band the Feetwarmers, died on Thursday (25 February) at 83.
London's V&A Museum will host an exhibition about the positive impact of LSD on 1960s youth culture, featuring The Beatles, Hendrix, Floyd and others.
Jake Bugg has announced his return with his third studio album On My One, out on 17 June on Virgin EMI. Listen to the first single 'Gimme The Love' here.
A 78 rpm Beatles disc featuring 'Till There Was You,' cut before their national breakthrough is to be sold at auction in March.
Mark Knopfler, Peter Frampton, Hank Marvin and Bruce Welch are among the guests on Shadowing John Barry by Brian Bennett, longtime drummer with the Shadows.
Last night's BRIT awards was a global affair, with Justin Bieber, Björk and Tame Impala receiving statues, while The Weeknd, Drake and Rihanna performed.