Rick Wright, longtime guitarist in Country Music Hall of Fame member Connie Smith's band the Sundowners, was killed in a car accident on Sunday night (7).
The UK Festival scene is gearing up for 2016 and The Love Supreme and Cornbury Festivals have announced their line-ups
A remarkable array of stars including Chris Stapleton, Luke Bryan and Keith Urban performed during CRS 2016 at the famed Ryman Auditorium yesterday (9).
Steven Tyler headlined an exclusive media show last night (8 February) at Nashville's aVenue club. uDiscover was in the audience to witness the occasion.
uDiscover watches Cadillac Three and Whiskey Myers rock the Electric Ballroom in Camden, in a triumphant night on their UK tour.
Ginger Baker and his band Air Force have announced that they'll be back in live action, both in his home country and in America, in the spring.
Maurice White, the founder and former frontman of Earth, Wind & Fire, died in his sleep on Thursday morning (4 February).
Hollywood Vampires, featuring Alice Cooper, Joe Perry, Johnny Depp and Duff McKagan among others, will salute Lemmy at the Grammy Awards on 15 February.
The new book Nashville: Behind The Curtain, to be published in April, offers a unique photographic insight into the home of country music.
Status Quo have announced their Last Night of the Electrics tour in the autumn of 2016 will be their last as an electric band.
Lionel Richie will be the recipient of the 2016 MusiCares Person of the Year title, to be bestowed at an all-star ceremony in Los Angeles on 13 February.
After Paul Kantner's death on 28 January comes news that his fellow early member of Jefferson Airplane, Signe Anderson, died on the same day, also at 74.
One of the most-loved figures in British entertainment of the last five decades, Sir Terry Wogan, died early this morning (Sunday 31) at the age of 77.
Hotter Than That — 90 Years of Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five, an exhibition at the Louis Armstrong House Museum, is celebrating their 90th anniversary.
Paul Kantner, a founding member of 1960s psychedelic rock figureheads Jefferson Airplane and Jefferson Starship, died yesterday (28) at the age of 74.