George Thorogood, currently on a run of Canadian dates, has been talking about his admiration for groups such as Steppenwolf and the Allman Brothers Band.
Ray Wilson, the frontman with Stiltskin who was also the lead singer with Genesis on their final studio album, will release a new solo set on 3 June.
Billy Paul, a key representative of the “Philly Soul” sound with his classic 'Me And Mrs. Jones,' died 24 April after a diagnosis with pancreatic cancer.
KISS fans have had their the first look at Figures Toy Company's Destroyer retro figure series, and at the KISS Rocks Vegas movie trailer.
Blues-rock pioneer Lonnie Mack, who played with such greats as James Brown and Freddie King and had his own big hit in 1963 with 'Memphis,' has died at 74.
Containing the original album’s 11 tracks, plus a bonus 7”, The Horrors’ 2007 debut, ‘Strange House’, will be reissued on 3 June.
On 22 April at 9pm, BBC Four will premiere Harmonies From Heaven, an in-depth documentary that tells The Everly Brothers’ remarkable story.
Country star Kip Moore has been talking to uDiscover about his current hit 'Running For You' and his plans to record a brand new album this year.
The HillBenders bring their live show The Who’s TOMMY: A Bluegrass Opry to the UK in July.
Mikkey Dee and Phil Campbell, Lemmy's two fellow members of Motörhead before his sudden death late last year, will pay musical tribute to him later in 2016.
Here's the Brantley Gilbert video that has now attracted a spectacular 80 million views, for a track that's certified triple platinum in the US.
Bill Miller, the owner of the Johnny Cash Museum in downtown Nashville, has announced plans to establish a Patsy Cline Museum.
With Metallica as its ambassadors, Record Store Day 2016 has been announced for 16 April and features must-have 7"s, LPs, box sets and coloured vinyl.
The long-awaited deluxe reissue of Ryan Adams’ superlative debut album, ‘Heartbreaker’, comes with a wealth of unreleased outtakes and demos.
The world-famous Montreux Jazz Festival reaches a notable landmark this year, marking the 50th event since it was founded by Claude Nobs in 1967.