Nine giants of Memphis music have been named, at a press conference at Hard Rock Café, to be 2014 inductees into the Memphis Music Hall of Fame.
Modern rockers The 1975 were among those acts getting in early on the Glastonbury Festival action last night (Thursday 26)...
The multi-million-selling folk heroes have issued a press release promising “some expected (and unexpected) surprises throughout."
Sam Smith's ‘In The Lonely Hour’ entered The Billboard 200 at 2, selling more copies in its first week than any other debut album by a British male artist.
Striking Matches, the Nashville duo of Sarah Zimmermann and Justin Davis wowed a packed audience at London’s Borderline club last night.
He was 19, and still so unknown that they spelt his name wrong. Frank Sinatra’s first driver’s licence is up for auction.
Pete Townshend is described as “the grandfather of all guitar vandals” on Gibson Guitars website, which pays tribute to rockers who have wrecked their axes.
Female power-pop pioneers the Go-Go’s were inducted into the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame on Saturday, playing a special set at the 15th annual ceremony.
Bastille’s ‘Pompeii’ to be the UK’s most-streamed track. The 2012 smash has now been streamed an astonishing 26.6 million times.
It’s emerged that a track from ‘Ultraviolence’, ‘Brooklyn Baby,’ was due to feature Lou Reed. Lana Del Rey had said that she wanted to work with him.
After five members of the 1970s line-up of Genesis reunited recently for an upcoming BBC documentary, Tony Banks has not ruled out a Genesis reunion.
Good wishes go to Merry Clayton, the mighty-voiced soul and gospel singer from New Orleans who has been involved in a serious car accident in Los Angeles.
Strong rumours emanating from the US suggest that NBC are in the initial stages of developing a TV drama series based around the career of The Beatles.