Today as the world mourns the sad passing of Charlie Watts, stotic heartbeat of the Rolling Stones for nearly 60 years, we share some of our favourite images featuring the great man.
This week see's the launch of much anticipated film 'Oasis: Knebworth: 1996'. To mark the release and commemorate 25 years since Oasis played these legendary gigs, we share a selection of our favourite Oasis prints and previously unseen images by Jill Furmanovsky.
As Bob Dylan celebrates his 80th birthday we've taken a look through outr archive and selected our favourite images that capture his unprecedented career,
This month it is 50 Years since The Rolling Stones played their ‘Goobye Britain’ concerts at the Roundhouse. In our latest special collaboration with Rock's Backpages we’ve collectively delved back through our archives to share a selection of images and articles from those classic farewell gigs.
This week Pink Floyd's classic album Atom Heart Mother turns 50. To celebrate we have teamed up with music journalism gurus Rock's Backpages to share a selection of historic images and features that tell the story of this remarkable record.
There's still time to visit Reading Museum's '1971 Reading Festival Exhibition' - a 50th anniversary celebration of the very first festival. The exhibition has been curated by Jill Furmanovsky and features wonderful previously unseen photography from the archives of Michael Putland and Ray Stevenson.
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For 30 years Paolo Brillo photographed Bob Dylan on his Never Ending Tour. In this exclusive interview, Paolo's shares his unique collection of photographs and thoughts on what makes Bob Dylan just so special.
1971 was a seminal year in music, in fact David Hepworth’s celebrated book ‘1971 – Never A Dull Moment: Rock’s Golden Year’ claims the year saw the release of more monumental albums that any other year before or since. Here we have chosen to celebrate five of these classic albums that turn 50 in 2021, but in truth this list could have been much longer, testimony to the quality and longevity of the music being produced at that time.
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Our latest collaboration with music journalism gurus Rock's Backpages sees Jill Furmanovsky go back through her archive to reveal new previously unseen photographs of Siouxsie & The Banshees. These brilliant images are accompanied with features from RBP that help tell the story of this remarkable band.
This month sees the 50th anniversary of Queen's first ever gig. To celebrate we've joined up with Rocks Backpages to shares some photos & features from their amazing career
Remembering Dave Greenfield and a classic Stranglers photo shoot, with contributions from Jill Furmanovsky and Ronnie Gurr from Hanging Around Books.
We are delighted to launch our exclusive news article collaboration with music journalism gurus, Rock's Backpages. Our launch feature focuses on the shared experiences of our founder Jill Furmanovsky and writer/RBP editorial director Barney Hoskyns when they travelled to California in January 1999 to interview and photograph Tom Waits, Includes never-before-seen images.
The global coronavirus pandemic has claimed the lives of thousands, including legendary folk singer John Prime, Now Jill Furmanovsky has released a unique print of the great man to help raise funds to fight Covid-19.
Here's our latest update on discussions to turn a disused police station in Hampstead into a vibrant rock music heritage centre
This week the Music Walk of Fame honours three of Camden's greatest music icons. Artist stones were laid in celebration of Madness, Amy Winehouse & Soul II Soul
Our guest writer, renowned journalist Hugh Fielder, reveals the story behind one of most iconic photographs of Jimi Hendrix
This week Jill Furmanovsky's been talking to the Camden New Journal about her dream to turn a disused police station into a rock'n'roll museum
This year sees a number of classic albums celebrate milestone anniversaries. We share our pick of golden records who hit the big Five-0 in 2020
Photographer Karl Ferris shares his experience of working with Jimi Hendrix on the design of the album cover for 'Are You Experienced'
We remember our great friend photographer, Michael Putland, who sadly passed away this week
Now you can join renowned Manchester photographer Karen McBride for a series of photography workshops that are raising money to help keep our 'There is a Light That Never Goes Out' on permanent display in the city
Help us raise funds to celebrate Manchester's rock music history with a permanent photography exhibition at the University of Manchester
Jack White’s band The Raconteurs announced they are releasing a new album. Titled 'Help Us Stranger' it’s their first in 11 years. Along with White the supergroup includes Brendan Benson, Jack Lawrence, and Patrick Keeler.
Robert Smith has confirmed that the iconic Goth band are recording what will be their first new album in 10 years. The Cure’s new album, their 14th, comes after the band have been celebrating 40 years since they released their first single and played their first gigs.
The Specials bassist Panter doesn’t only do music, he’s also a noted artist. His work fuses collage and pop art in the manner of Peter Blake, but also paintings, like his series of the much-cherished cassette or mixtape.
The Who’s Pete Townshend is set to release his first novel. It’s called 'The Age of Anxiety' and will be out later this year. Townsend has described the novel as part of his magnum opus.
Morrissey is to release an album of cover songs. Titled California Son The Smiths former frontman will cover artists like Roy Orbison, Joni Mitchell, Carly Simon, Dionne Warwick and Bob Dylan. It will feature some classics from the 1960s and 70s in a tracklist totalling 12 songs.
Keith Richards is a man known for embodying the culture of excess that surrounds rock and roll. In fact, he was a pioneer of it. But he’s finally beginning to slow down at the tender age of 75 years old.
Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour will be auctioning off more than 120 of his guitars for charity. If you have the funds, the auction will take place in Christie’s in New York in June this year. And it includes some of his most iconic guitars.
It’s a bold claim, saying that Frank Sinatra invented the album but that’s what’s being discussed in this video essay. The album that is being granted the accolade is Sinatra's 1955 'In the Wee Small Hours'.
A new Netflix Bob Dylan documentary directed by Martin Scorsese is currently in the works which will focus on the musicians celebrated Rolling Thunder Revue concerts which took place in the mid-1970s.
The doc will feature new interviews with Dylan and with performers from the tour.
On the third anniversary of David Bowie's death the musician's legacy lives on. Virtually in the form of a new AR app which lets you peruse 100 of images of the singer's outfits. And in the form of some rare demos released on 7" vinyl, with music from his 'Space Oddity' era.
A Prince musical is in the works, with Universal Pictures acquiring the rights to some of Prince’s most celebrated hits.
And for fans looking for something more substantial, Ava DuVernay will be directing a multi-part documentary about the Purple One for Netflix.
It’s a question that will probably rage for all eternity, something that even the immortals can’t agree on: who the hell invented heavy metal music?
Was it The Beatles? Cream? The Who? Or Black Sabbath? It's up for debate, and this video looks at the complex birth of this infernal genre.