Red Simpson, who came to prominence as a country singer and writer and was an architect of the genre’s noted Bakersfield Sound, died on Friday (8) at 81.
Much-respected R&B/soul singer and Blues Hall of Fame inductee Otis Clay passed away yesterday (8 January) at the age of 73.
‘Ace Of Spades' by Motörhead landed on the new weekly Official Charts Company singles chart today (Friday) at No. 13.
Lovers of Motörhead frontman Lemmy will be coming together on Saturday (9 January), when his funeral in Hollywood will be live streamed on YouTube.
Widely-acclaimed jazz collective Snarky Puppy have announced the 12 February, 2016 release of their new album Family Dinner - Volume Two.
We’ve had a vociferous response to our story about what may or may not be an image of blues legend Robert Johnson. Here's the uDiscover readers' verdict.
HMV have announced that, in the closing weeks of 2015, they sold one record deck every minute, making turntables "the gift of the year".
The newly-announced line-up for the Coachella Festival 2016 confirms that Guns N' Roses will be the Saturday night centrepieces, on both April 16 and 23.
After the death of Motörhead frontman Lemmy on 28 December, their 1980 hit 'Ace Of Spades' could be heading for the top ten.
Revered producer-artist Todd Rundgren has been reminiscing about his days producing 1970s rock heavyweights Grand Funk Railroad.
It's with great sadness that we relay the news that the American singer and entertainer Natalie Cole has died at the age of 65.
Chateau d'Herouville, the recording studio near Paris commemorated in the title of Elton John's 1972 album Honky Chateau, has reopened.
We at uDiscover hold a deep admiration for Glen Campbell, and we'd like to share Any Trouble's recently-released and highly affectionate tribute to Glen.
Taylor Swift's 1989 tour has been confirmed as the biggest global concert attraction of 2015.
A striking photograph of B.B. King on stage forms part of The Early Years of Rhythm and Blues, an exhibition currently running at ICP in New York.