Paul and his band confirm four Canadian shows for September 2018, hot on the heels of his 'Egypt Station' album.
The prog-rock legend also says "absolutely not" to a reunion with his former Marillion bandmates.
The band's prime mover Nergal (aka Adam Darski) has also fronted titanic Polish death metal outfit Behemoth since 1991.
The album's last vinyl pressing was in 1986 for Zappa’s rare 'Old Masters Box Two' on his own Barking Pumpkin Records.
The raunchy LA glam-metal outfit vowed to bring “make-up, hairspray and bitchin’ spandex” to this year’s festival.
Mighty Northern Irish alt-rockers Therapy? were always going to be one of the bands on everyone’s lips at this year’s Ramblin’ Man.
The hit artist and songwriter plays Al Dhafra Air Base in Abu Dhabi before hitting the UK, including a spot on Eric Clapton's Hyde Park bill.
This year’s Ramblin’ Man highlights include Tyler Bryant covering Guns N’ Roses, plus exclusive interviews with Steel Panther and Therapy?
The Chic legend will succeed Philly soul architects Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff.
The widely-travelled new wave original makes a solo statement.
The superstar rapper beats his own record on Apple Music which he set when 'More Life' accumulated 89.9 million streams worldwide within 24 hours.
During their heyday, the Rollers scored three top 10s in the US, including a No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 with ‘Saturday Night,’ in 1976.
Ramblin’ Man Fair continued for Day Two, this time it was prog and blues feast while the main stage played host to Blackberry Smoke, Halestorm and The Cult.
The Polish death metal icon's side alt.country project shifts its line-up
The Ramblin Man Fair is more impressive than ever, with standout performances by Steve Earle & The Dukes, Steel Panther, The Cadillac Three and Mott the Hoople.