Rich Robinson: From Black Crowe to Magpie

Former Black Crowes guitarist Rich Robinson takes flight with new band, Magpie Salute.

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Goldmine Giveaway: Joe Cerisano’s Silver Condor 2-CD Rarities and Live set

Win a copy of Joe Cerisano’s Silver Condor 2-CD rarities and live package.

Goldmine Record Show Calendar, September 2018

The following are upcoming record shows and events, including the World Famous 39th Semi-Annual 45 & 78 only show in Allentown, PA on Sept 22 and The Vinyl Revolution Record Show in Astoria, NY on Sept. 30.

Classified Frequency premiere “Black Eye” lyric video

Power Pop matters! And so does the sound of Classified Frequency! Check out the band’s premiere video of “Black Eye.”

Fabulous Flip Sides – Interview with Dean Miller on King of the Road – Roger Miller Tribute

King of the Road: A Tribute to Roger Miller is a double CD featuring all new recordings by a variety of country and rock artists. We spoke with Dean Miller about honoring his father’s contributions with this extensive new package. …

Coming Soon: Jimi Hendrix Experience “Electric Ladyland” Deluxe Edition 50th Anniversary box set

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the release of the Jimi Hendrix Experience masterpiece Electric Ladyland, Experience Hendrix, L.L.C. and Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, are releasing the Deluxe Edition box set on November 9.

Premiere video of Kim Anderson’s “White Water”

Composer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Kim Anderson released her debut album “Yarrow” earlier this month. For Goldmine, she premieres the video for the song, “White Water.”

Current Print Issue

The October 2018 issue — on sale now at select Barnes & Noble and Books A Million until October 8.

Goldmine’s October 2018 issue is on newsstands now and covers Billy Gibbons’ latest solo album, The Big Bad Blues, An exclusive interview with Billy reveals his deep love for vintage blues and vintage cars. Plus, exclusive interviews with Steve Howe of Yes, George Clinton, Ann Wilson of Heart fame, Blues Traveler, Uriah Heep, Chocolate Watchband, rock’s first bootlegger and much more.