In a glorious John Martyn revival by the Glorious Fools, Martyn's vast body of work is being kept alive by a UK band named after one of his albums.
Twenty Five years after the release of their debut album Kiss were given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in August 1999
'We are a blues band,' declares Brian Jones in a letter to the BBC Radio’s ‘Jazz Club’.
Right around this time in 1969, Kiki Dee made her parents proud. becoming the first British white female to sign to the already mighty Motown label.
In 1981, Kim Carnes came up with the album that would make her a platinum-selling celebrity in the US, and take her around the world. That album was our Rediscovered Gem — Mistaken Identity.
The first Festival for Peace was held at New York's Shea Stadium in August 1970 and starred the biggest names including Creedence Clearwater Revival
35 years ago today, the international bow of the B-52’s.
As Gregory Porter joins the In Crowd, we got thinking about some other fine versions of this durable tune.
Legendary jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery reunited with the master of the Hammond B-3, Melvin Rhyne, and the result was the formidable Boss Guitar.
One of the biggest songs in country music of the 1990s, Deana Carter's CMA Award-winning 'Strawberry Wine,' was uncorked this day in 1996.
Bruce Dickinson joined Iron Maiden in late 1981, he played his first gig with the band in Italy after driving 36 hours in a van to get there.
Birthday greetings to session phenomenon Clem Cattini, a great rock ‘n’ roll session man on Shakin’ All Over, Telstar, You Really Got Me and many more.
Our country playlist of some pop and rock favourites that have gone country, including such stars as Reba McEntire, Johnny Cash, Glen Campbell and more.
On 24 July 1976, Elton John finally scored his first UK No. 1 single, 'Don't Got Breaking My Heart', a duet with Kiki Dee.
We mark the third anniversary of Amy Winehouse's death by remembering her final recording.