The future of progressive rock giants Gong is bright, according to Kavus Torabi, frontman of the 2015 line-up.
The 10-bedroom, 2.2-acre, so-called “Motown Mansion” in Detroit that was formerly owned by Berry Gordy is up for sale.
U2’s road manager Dennis Sheehan, who has worked with the band since 1982, passed away this morning (Wednesday) from a heart attack in Los Angeles.
Widely-respected trumpeter Marcus Belgrave, who toured with Ray Charles and played with the Funk Brothers at Motown, died May 24 at the age of 78.
A newly-seen letter written by George Harrison in 1966 reveals that the Beatles planned to record ‘Revolver’ at Stax Studios with producer Jim Stewart.
Hugh Cornwell, Uli Jon Roth and others have beed added to ‘Sunshine Of Your Love,’ the all-star tribute to Jack Bruce at London's Roundhouse in October.
The Rolling Stones performed the entire ‘Sticky Fingers’ album in a surprise show last night (Wednesday May 20) at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles.
Widely-respected British drummer Bobby Irwin, known for his work with Nick Lowe, Van Morrison and countless others, has died from cancer at the age of 62.
James Bay and Jake Bugg have been named by Nordoff Robbins as recipients of its 2015 02 Silver Clef Awards, for which the ceremony will be held in July.
Any suggestion that U2’s ‘iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE’ world tour would be a scaled down affair was roundly dismissed in Canada, in a sensational opening night.
14 May 2015 and Eric Clapton makes a triumphal return to London's Royal Albert Hall
Excitement is building in Vancouver, British Columbia for tonight’s (Thursday) opening of the hugely-anticipated ‘iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE’ world tour by U2.
Aerosmith frontman and rock figurehead Steven Tyler has released his first country single. ‘Love Is Your Name’ went to US radio on May 13.
The new Blues Hall of Fame in Memphis opened last Friday (8), after the 36th Blues Music Awards the night before, in front of a sellout crowd of 1500.
May 2 was a day of firsts for Elton John. He and his band made their debut at Jazzfest in New Orleans and, backstage, Elton met his hero Jerry Lee Lewis.