Farewell to artists and innovators including singer Phil Everly, bluesman Tabby Thomas, guitarist Benjamin Curtis, drummer Ricky Lawson, composer Yusef Lateef and pianist-composer Wojciech Kilar.
A young porter at the Atlantic Hotel in Newquay, U.K., where The Beatles stayed from Sept. 12-15, 1967, obtained the signatures on the gatefold of this U.K., first-issue mono pressing.
Music lovers younger than I — and these days, that’s just about everyone — missed out on a lot if they missed out on The Everly Brothers.
In honor of Deep Purple’s ‘Now What?!,’ record sales, Ear Music and Eagle Rock Entertainment will release a limited-edition, 2-CD set and 6-disc boxed set.
Capitol and Apple Corps Ltd. are teaming up to commemorate the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ arrival in America with “The U.S. Albums,” which spans from 1964′s “Meet The Beatles” to 1970′s “Hey Jude.”
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame inducts its 40th class featuring several classic bands, three female stars and a perennial Christmas favorite
A remastered, expanded edition of “Elvis Recorded Live on Stage In Memphis” — complete with previously unreleased mono tracks — will arrive March 18.
The 48-foot-long banner features larger-than-life photos of original band members Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Ace Frehley and Peter Criss in all their spandex and stage-makeup glory.
Eurhythmics, Maroon 5, John Mayer and Keith Urban are confirmed performers for the Feb. 9 special marking The Beatles’ 1964 debut on “The Ed Sullivan Show.”
A string of concert dates and the release of previous live recordings — including one made at Boston Common just weeks before guitarist Duane Allman’s death — are among the activities The Allman Brothers Band has in store for its 45th anniversary year.