A hidden gem by Smokey Robinson and the Miracles made its Billboard Hot 100 debut on June 18, 1966, ‘Whole Lot Of Shakin’ In My Heart (Since I Met You).’
The live John Mayall album ‘Jazz Blues Fusion' came out in 1972 and is well worth investigating
Grand Funk Railroad’s rock anthem ‘We’re An American Band’ is the music behind a new Fox Sports trailer for its US Open golf tournament coverage.
Songs for Young Lovers is Frank Sinatra's first Capitol long playing record release.
A true original among rock keyboard players would have been 74 today. Jon Lord left us in 2012 at 71, but his brilliant organ and piano work lives on.
Edgar Froese, the frontman of the pioneering German band Tangerine Dream, founded the group in 1967 and was its only constant member.
The new global hip-hop/R&B campaign from Universal Music Group on iTunes includes ‘2001,’ the landmark multi-platinum set by Dr. Dre from November 1999.
We’ve put together a list of the 100 greatest rock albums of all time. Do you have these essential rock albums in your collection? Find out here:
The duo's second album in four months took its name from their outstanding single 'Just Once In My Life.'
‘Smoke On The Water’ was already more than a year old when it was released as a US single by Deep Purple in the spring of 1973. It charted on May 26, 1973.
We have the first in a series of audio treats for Mark Knopfler fans, an exclusive segment of him in conversation with journalist/broadcaster Paul Sexton.
In the week the May 17, 1969, the popularity of his recent ’25 Miles’ hit helped take Nashville-born Edwin Starr onto the US album chart for the first time.
For all her other hits, Smokey Robinson's composition became the Detroit vocalist's defining song.
On 12 May, 1984, ‘Hello,’ written by Lionel Richie with James Anthony Carmichael, took over at No. 1 in the US from Phil Collins’ ‘Against All Odds.’
The Stones Live at Leeds is arguably the best unreleased concert from the band…but not for much longer.