Grammy-winning Americana singer-songwriter Shelby Lynne has signed with Rounder Records, and will lead a brand new album in 2015 with a landmark reissue.
There was another guest spot for Stevie Wonder on August 17, as the Motown legend played on stage with jazz-rock pioneer Chick Corea.
Amy Winehouse will survey her beloved Camden, with a specially-commissioned statue of the late singer to be unveiled by her family in north London.
Powerhouse Californian blues-rockers Vintage Trouble are going a little acoustic, on a newly-announced North American tour in the autumn.
American DJ and producer DJ Shadow turns label owner with the launch of his own label imprint, Liquid Amber, via Island Records.
Taylor Swift is going pop, as she announces her upcoming album is titled after the year of her birth, ‘1989,' and unveils its first video.
Multi-million-selling Canadian rockers Nickelback come rocking back with the announcement of a new album and immediate lead single, ‘Edge Of A Revolution.'
Ace Frehley hints that his next project may see him reunite with former Kiss bandmate Gene Simmons.
Taylor Swift and Lorde cook up new things, both on record and in the kitchen.
A new book of rare images of The Cure by their official photographer Andy Vella will be published next month, with a foreword by Robert Smith.
Imagine Dragons are close to concluding their European tour, as they plan towards the follow-up to their hugely successful debut album ‘Night Visions.’
Queen guitar hero Brian May goes stereoscopic on another book project with an academic from the English midlands, linked to a Tate Gallery exhibition.
Island Life is coming back to London, with the famous label staging what’s intended as the first in a series of gigs featuring its hottest talent.
Classic Haden & Hall concert of 1990 to be released on new live album on impulse! label, with late jazz greats Charlie Haden and Jim Hall.
The Statue 4 Eppy campaign steps up next month, with another studio session on the song raising funds for a Brian Epstein statue to be erected in Liverpool.