Videos for Yesterdays, The Garden and an "alternate" take on Sweet Child O' Mine added to Guns N' Roses YouTube account
Updated The Rolling Stones play six UK dates on their No Filter tour, with shows in Europe to follow
The Rolling Stones share clip of Saint Of Me from their upcoming live package No Security: San Jose ’99
The Rolling Stones will release the live package No Security: San Jose '99 this summer - watch video trailer
Blues legend Buddy Guy will release his new album The Blues Is Alive And Well next month - also featuring Jeff Beck and James Bay
Iconic guitar manufacturer Gibson announces restructure plans and will now concentrate on instruments in a bid to “assure the company’s long-term stability and financial health”
Exclusive Beth Hart releases live video of her track Delicious Surprise - taken from her new album Front And Center (Live From New York)
The Rolling Stones will release the limited edition box set The Studio Albums Vinyl Collection 1971-2016 in June - watch unboxing video
Supersonic Blues Machine featuring ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons will play 7 shows across Europe this summer in support of their new album Californisoul
Joanne Shaw Taylor will play live shows across the UK in October - as she announces deal with Sony Music/Silvertone
ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons is planning on releasing the follow-up to 2015’s Perfectamundo this year - and hints that a new Moving Sidewalks album could also appear
Los Angeles trio The Record Company have announced details of their second album, and released a video for opener Life To Fix
By the beginning of 1970, The Who were road-hardened and sick of playing 'Tommy'. So they took it back to basics with an album that set the bar for live albums in the 70s
When Jimi Hendrix arrived in London in 1966 he blew the minds of Clapton, Beck and Page. They'd soon follow his lead and develop an explosive new form of electric blues...
Born on May 11, 1911, Robert Johnson changed the blues and rock'n'roll forever – with just 29 songs. Walter Trout pays tribute…
New Orleans singer and guitarist makes his 11th album – and it’s a lush mix of late night soul and world-weary blues…
A heartbreaking story of love and loss written in 1930 by ex-convict Son House, Death Letter was covered by alternative scenesters The White Stripes. But who did it best?
Fuelled by the spirit of Sam Cooke and Otis Redding, Leon Bridges has hooked critics and roots music lovers alike…
Iron Maiden beer, Motorhead whisky, Slayer wine and more – everything you need to throw the perfect rock'n'roll party
The mountains and the canyons start to tremble and shake as Zep's live album gets the remaster treatment…
The album that reinvented the Stones and kicked off the purple patch that had them crowned as 'The Greatest Rock'n'Roll Band in the World'.
They Only Come Out At Night sold millions, birthed two hit singles and featured an all-star cast that included Ronnie Montrose, Rick Derringer and Dan Hartman. Does it still stand up?
Released in January 1971, just three months after her death, Janis Joplin's Pearl was described by Rolling Stones as, "not a new Janis, but a redefined, more organised, old Janis"
Only one of the songs has a chorus, they were "pissed" most of the time they made it and it was their second album of 1971. So why is A Nod's As Good As A Wink… so loved?
How does the album Aerosmith released without Joe Perry stand up after all these years?
Fun and funky, yet hard-as-nails: How does The Record Company's blues rock cocktail taste in one of London's most iconic venues?