In April 1969, Joe Cocker laid the groundwork for his '70s stardom when he unveiled his debut album, With a Little Help From My Friends.
Joe Cocker's recording career was in a bit of a lull in 1976, with his most recent release, Stingray, stalled at No. 70 on the U.S. chart.
Our photo of the week finds the late Joe Cocker on stage with Jimmy Page, at a November 29, 1983 stop in Dallas as part of the Ronnie Lane Appeal for Multiple Sclerosis (or A.R.M.S.) tour.
Joe Cocker sent his solo career into the stratosphere with the definitive cover of the Beatles' 'With a Little Help From My Friends,' and the royalties must have made Paul McCartney and John Lennon a fairly tidy sum of money over the years.
The music world lost a legend today, when singer Joe Cocker died at the age of 70 of lung cancer.
Joe Cocker, one of rock music's most distinctive performers, has died of lung cancer.
Though he came of age musically as a member of the Woodstock generation, Joe Cocker is one of the last of the great rock interpreters.
Billy Joel took a few moments out of a recent concert to offer musical tribute to Joe Cocker -- and surprised the audience with some unhappy news about the singer's health.
Released four decades ago, 'I Can Stand a Little Rain' found Joe Cocker trying to rebound from personal issues.
The mighty Black Sabbath battle Joe Cocker for the right to advance to the semifinals of our September / October Hall of Fame elections. Every two months, our readers will determine which of eight legendary artists or bands is immortalized forever for their contributions to classic-rock history