Eric Clapton has posted a new instrumental track in tribute to his former colleague in Cream, Jack Bruce, who died on October 25 at the age of 71.
Publishers Taschen have announced the new Stones book ‘The Rolling Stones,’ charting their history in over 500 pages of photographs and illustrations.
‘All You Need Is Love’ is back in a Billboard top ten, courtesy of Dave Koz and guests such as Stevie Wonder and Johnny Mathis.
Glen Campbell is to be honoured with the lifetime achievement award at the Hollywood Music in Media Awards, as his final single climbs the US charts.
A vintage event in jazz history, Bill Evans’ ‘The Complete Village Vanguard Recordings, 1961,’ will be reborn, and expanded, in November.
Billboard are hosting an exclusive video interview with Lorde in which she discusses the soundtrack she’s curating for ‘The Hunger Games' movie.
Polar/Universal have announced that on November 10, ABBA will have their entire catalogue made available as a digital box set by iTunes as ‘The Collection.’
John Holt, the acclaimed reggae singer-composer known for his solo career and for writing ‘The Tide Is High,’ died on October 19.
A much-performed Patsy Cline musical is heading back to Chicago for the forthcoming holiday season.
impulse! sign Snarky Puppy, one of the most exciting bands on the live jazz scene
Country superstars Luke Bryan, Lady Antebellum and Florida Georgia Line are among the line-up at Country 2 Country in London and Dublin next March.
After co-producing the James Brown biopic ‘Get On Up,’ Mick Jagger has co-produced ‘Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown,’ a new HBO documentary.
The Rolling Stones will have a new band member, San Diego saxman Karl Denson, with them for their forthcoming tour of Australia and New Zealand.
Iggy Pop’s John Peel Lecture, at Radio Festival in Salford this evening (Monday), will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 6 Music.
Neil Diamond announces a major European tour for summer 2015 — and read on to preview the whole of his new album before its release next week.