Johnny Cash had shaken off his drug and drink issues and kept well away from jails by the end of the 60s.
You know they like you when you’re selling records on two different labels at the same time, and that is how Johnny Cash was doing at the dawn of the 60s.
Not many stars can straddle country, gospel and rock ’n’ roll – Johnny Cash did it so well that he was recognised in all three Halls of Fame.
Which one were you, Starsky or Hutch?
Fifty years ago, we said goodbye to Hollywood legend Judy Garland.
Judy Garland certainly wasn’t in Kansas any more...but the legendary singer could not have seemed more at home in Scotland.
Despite her decades in showbusiness, legendary performer Petula Clark says new stage role is a dream come true
Petula Clark is returning to London’s West End in a new live production of Mary Poppins later this year and that means another of her dreams has come true.
Tom Selleck smiles when Indiana Jones is mentioned, and with good reason. It could have been him, and not Harrison Ford, as the face of the great film adventurer in the early ’80s.
“I still have plenty of future left in me… I’m only in my 80s!”: Dame Joan Collins insists she has no plans to slow down
Life is never boring with Joan Collins around. Just this year she has been touring the country with her theatre show, working on another movie and even had a fire at her home in London – all that and still glamorous in her 80s.
Just before 8pm on Sunday April 4 1971, an anticipative audience filed in to Studio 8 at Television Centre, excited about watching the first recording of The Two Ronnies.
The story of The Rolling Stones, part three: Rock of ages for the band who shine on through every line-up twist
When The Rolling Stones introduced Mick Taylor to the band after Brian Jones’ death in 1969, they got even more than they’d hoped for.