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.
Happy Birthday for June 24 to the self-proclaimed God of Hellfire himself Arthur Brown, who invited us into his Crazy World in 1968 and hasn’t quit since.
Today, Eric Clapton said an emotional goodbye to his favourite guitar — and saw Blackie become the most expensive guitar in the world.
Before going on to become a legendary guitarist in his own right, Peter Frampton was a The Herd, a cult 60s group whose work stil shines.
In March 1929, Hambone Willie as he was known, recorded what has become a standard in the Blues cannon, Rollin and Tumblin.
The death of Gerry Goffin on Thursday (19), at the age of 75, robs the world of one of the premier lyricists of the pop era.
In 1987, a new rock force was unleashed - for the princely admission fee of £4, early devotees of an up-and-coming band called Guns N’ Roses...
Record Mirror published its first issue 60 years ago today, on June 17 1954, with legendary singer Winifred Atwell on the cover.
The Apollo Theater rewrote the rules, introducing talent contests for singers, instrumentalists, dancers and comedians.
The passing of American broadcasting legend Casey Kasem has got us reminiscing about a programme that was a landmark in radio for chart buffs everywhere.
We're celebrating American songwriter and jazz pianist Cy Coleman. While he lacks in worldwide reputation, his songs have been covered countless times.
Jon Lord’s organ & piano work illuminated the recording and live output of Deep Purple through their glory years, all the way to his departure in 2002.