Prog icon and former Porcupine Tree frontman Steve Wilson has signed with Caroline International and promises a new album release later in the year.
Elton John has been named the first ever Worldwide Record Store Day Legend, and will release an expanded edition of ‘17.11.70’ as part of the celebrations.
British singer-songwriter Mollie Marriott has been personally chosen by Paul Weller as his special guest at selected dates on his April 2017 UK tour.
Founder of the Roland Corporation, Ikutaro Kakehashi, has died aged 87, according to a Facebook statement from his long-term collaborator Tommy Snyder.
Born in Louisiana he worked with Sam Cooke before moving to Chicago and having a long running career as a fine guitar player and singer. Lonnie Brooks RIP
Buddy Guy and the PCa Blue charity have announced the veteran musician's Blues for Prostate Cancer initiative.
Lenny Kravitz will perform a tribute to Prince at the Rock Hall of Fame, along with other guests Alicia Keys, Pharrell and Dhani Harrison.
A new interview with Bob Dylan reveals that he is a fan of such artists as Irish singer-songwriter Imelda May and Mississippi native Valerie June.
Elton John's 70th birthday on 25 March and his 50-year partnership with Bernie Taupin will be celebrated at a gala fundraiser that evening in Los Angeles.
John 'Sib' Hashian, formerly the drummer with multi-million-selling rock band Boston, died on 22 March, 2017 while on board the Legends of Rock Cruise.
On 7 April 2017, the official Patsy Cline Museum will be opening its doors in Nashville, housed just above another country icon, the Johnny Cash Museum.
The Music of Cream, featuring members of the blues-rock band's dynasty with special guests, will tour in Australia and New Zealand in May and June 2017.
Chuck Berry's final album CHUCK will be released by Dualtone/Decca on 16 June. Listen to the new tracks 'Big Boys' and 'Lady B Good'.
As we anxiously count down the days until 22 April, check out some of the exclusive Record Store Day releases that have been announced for 2017.
Louis Armstrong moved to New York in 1924 and began working as a session musician for Blues Divas like Bessie Smith, Ma Rainey and Clara Smith