They may say their success is “like a Cinderella story”, but just how did Black Stone Cherry go from a tiny farming town in southern Kentucky to Wembley headliners in just seven years?
Ex-Black Crowes singer Chris Robinson is back with a new band and album - he tells us why he’s ditched the music industry in favour of creative freedom and 10-minute cosmic jam sessions
The legendary producer and real ‘fifth Beatle’ combined an adventurous sense of musicality with suit-and-tie professionalism.
In 1966, a strung-out Janis Joplin returned to Texas with everything she owned in shoe boxes, but the promise of California's bright lights was always going to draw her back to meet her fate
A tribute to Prince: multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, producer, actor, eccentric, sex symbol, rocker, badass funk pioneer
Fifty years ago, the world changed for ever – and music was at the heart of it. Out went the squeaky-clean heroes, and in came grubbier anti-heroes. It was goodbye rock’n’roll, hello rock.
How a chance encounter with a fantasy novel inspired Stevie Nicks' witchy hit and resurrected Fleetwood Mac
The Nashville label that brought together rock'n'roll and soul and introduced southern rock to the masses
The singer-songwriter reveals all about getting divorced, getting older and finally getting the blues.
From soul to funk to rock to blues, Prince could make his guitar sing, wail and talk, here are five of his greatest hits...
David Bowie, one of the most consistently great British songwriters of all time, explains his creative process, and tells us why time and place matter.