Stevie Wright, who found international fame in the 1960s with Australian hitmakers the Easybeats, died on 27 December, 2015 at the age of 68.
William Guest, a founder member of Gladys Knight & the Pips whose harmonies were on all their memorable hits, passed away on Christmas Eve at 74.
A new search is under way to unearth images of the late, great but sadly under-photographed Nick Drake.
Here, there and everywhere, The Beatles' back catalogue is appearing on streaming platforms across the globe.
Here's a brand new video for 'UGH!,' the second track to be unveiled from the forthcoming second album by British band The 1975.
Steve Miller has been reflecting on his upcoming induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
On 15 January, a year after uDiscover reported that Charles Lloyd had signed to Blue Note, he and the Marvels will release the album, I Long To See You.
Debate is spreading over a photograph, discovered in a desk drawer in Pensacola, Florida. Is this is a genuine Robert Johnson photo or not?
British hard rock trailblazers Deep Purple and rap pioneers NWA are among the five acts newly announced as 2016 inductees into the Rock and Roll of Fame.
The Island label is setting foot in the UK's craft beer market, with the launch of the "music-inspired" Island Records Session IPA — with its own playlists.
Procol Harum will headline the Prog In The Park Stage at the 2016 Ramblin' Man Fair in Kent next July, with Hawkwind among the other attractions.
Over 100 friends, relatives and admirers of B.B. King were present on 11 December as a marker was dedicated at his gravesite in Indianola, Mississippi.
Herbie Hancock has been announced as the headline act for the next Cunard Blue Note 'jazz at sea' crossing on board the Queen Mary 2 in August next year.
Charles Esten, aka Deacon Claybourne in the hit TV series Nashville, has been added to the Yamaha Music Stage bill at London's C2C Festival next March.
Iggy Pop, Adam Ant, the Damned and Buzzcocks are among the new names just added to the 2016 Isle of Wight Festival.