Let’s raise a Stetson to Don Williams, the king of smooth, old-school country, born on May 27, 1939 in the Texas town of Floydada, and still going strong.
U2’s Bono and The Edge have confirmed that they’re working with John Carney on ‘Sing Street,’ a new musical film based on Carney’s childhood.
A rare acetate record by the Velvet Underground in 1966, a year before their album ‘The Velvet Underground & Nico,’ is to go back up for auction in July.
The Queen Extravaganza European Tour started with a rocking show in Belgium on Monday night.
Elvis Costello will play his first-ever solo headline dates at New York’s hallowed Carnegie Hall next month, titled ‘The Last Year of My Youth’.
Ella’s announced that her long-awaited solo debut single is coming soon. ‘If I Go’ will be released by Virgin/EMI, produced by Jarred Rogers.
Mary Chapin Carpenter has been a songwriting treasure for more than 25 years and she’s announced a UK visit in September to play four concerts.
Sir Paul McCartney has had to cancel his tour of Japan after he contracted a virus.
An all star concert to celebrate 75 years of Blue Note Records is now available on the National Public Radio web site (Blue Note at 75, The Concert).
Metallica have been announced as the third headliner at Glastonbury Festival and will be playing on the legendary Pyramid Stage.
Chuck Berry is a 2014 Polar Music Prize laureate. The million kronor prize was founded by Stig 'Stikkan' Anderson, the publisher and manager of ABBA.
MCA Day in NYC is a day of remembrance for Beastie Boy Adam Yauch, one of the most clued up artists of our times & a strong advocate for Tibetan rights
Once again Glastonbury tickets have been snapped up almost quicker than you can say "I'll meet you at the Pryramid Stage".