A reunion of James Brown band members and another of GRP label greats are part of the fifth annual TD James Moody Jazz Festival in New Jersey next month.
With ‘Cooleyhighharmony’ and ‘II’, Boyz II Men emerged as one of the finest soul acts of the 90s. Both albums are being reissued on vinyl on 19 August.
The 6CD ‘Live At The Whisky A Go Go: The Complete Recordings’ is an unedited account of Otis Redding’s career-changing residency at LA’s iconic rock venue.
The leading British-born country act, the Shires, have created history by signing a new deal for the US market with Big Machine Label Group's Dot label.
Leonardo DiCaprio will play Sun Records founder and rock 'n' roll pioneer Sam Phillips on the big screen.
The storied career of Hank Jr is being celebrated in a new, four-disc box set, Hank Williams, Jr: A Country Boy Can Survive.
Nearly 35 years since their last public performance together, Abba return…
The death has been confirmed of 1980s UK pop star Pete Burns, who came to fame as the frontman of electronic pop act Dead Or Alive.
Bobby Vee who had a string of hit singles in the early 1960s passed away Monday 24 October 2016.
Tom Chaplin of Keane has made a top three start in the UK with his first solo Island album, The Wave — and has confirmed a 14-date tour there for May 2017.
uDiscover puts the Rolling Stones' version of 'Hate To See You Go' back to back with the Little Walter original, so that you can see how they measure up.
Renald Richard, the man who co-wrote Ray Charles' first R&B No. 1 'I've Got A Woman,' has been talking about his memories of Brother Ray.
Cruising the Caribbean with Blue Note At Sea next February sounds like the perfect way to banish those winter blues
The soundtrack of the 1969 film Easy Rider, including Steppenwolf's 'Born To Be Wild,' was performed live last week to a screening of the iconic movie.
Phil, and his brother Leonard, founded Chess Records and provided the soundtrack to 1950s Black America