Charlotte Caffey, co-founder & one of the songwriters for the Go-Go’s, has spoken of her excitement at spending July on an all-star bill of 1980s favourites
Megadeth were already seven loud, proud years into their album life by the time they pressed the button on ‘Countdown To Extinction,’ released 22 years ago.
On 5 July 1969, Scott Walker entered the UK album chart with his album, 'Scott Walker Sings Songs From His TV Series', which climbed to No. 7.
45 years ago today, at around 5.25pm in London’s famous Hyde Park, came the moment that redefined the Rolling Stones.
In 1976, Freddie Mercury came clean about his own favourite dish, admitting that it was Pork Balls in Tomato Sauce! Here’s Freddie’s personal recipe...
If you’ve never heard Sa Dingding’s music then we encourage you change your listening habits and check out, The Coming Ones – it is elemental.
10 classic gigs performed by The Who in 1964 - where you there?
As the new month dawns, the door opens on a custom-made selection of tunes inspired by the sights, sounds and temperatures of July.
This week 44 years ago, UK record-buyers went mad for a song written by a quintessential French romantic vocalist. The song was 'She' by Charles Aznavour.
The National was originally intended for Hawaiian and Jazz players but it became the favoured guitar of the great Blues guitar players.
The death of Bobby Womack may not come as entirely surprising news, given his poor health of recent years and the fact that he had been diagnosed with both cancer and Alzheimer’s disease.
The band’s top streaming market is the US, but you might be surprised to know that Metallica’s Scandinavian devotees in Sweden at No. 2 and Norway at No. 3!
From the archives of Motown and EMI Records comes an exhibition of rare and unseen photographs at the Proud Galleries in London & here are just a selection.
This was still the world of the crooners, of Sinatra, Martin, Crosby, Cole and Al Martino; on the female side, of Patti Page, Kay Starr and Kitty Kallen...
25 years ago, two albums were released, both of which stand among the best work of the respective artists: The End Of The Innocence and Full Moon Fever.