Henry Deutschendorf was born in Roswell, New Mexico, but as a teenager he began playing folk clubs, billing himself — in tribute to his favorite city — as “John Denver.”
It’s hard not to like “Big Bill Broonzy Sings Folk Songs” as a new remastered vinyl reissue. Like the man himself, it
deserves much love.
Linda Gail Lewis rocks on her new Lanark Records release and it even includes a tribute to big brother Jerry Lee Lewis. Linda speaks to Goldmine about it.
For 40 years, Bear Family Records has made each release an event. And with the “40 Years: Bear Family Records” box set, the German giant shows off its pride.
The Damned’s guitarist Brian James and drummer Rat Scabies tell Goldmine the 10 albums most influential in their musical lives.
As the music world mourns the passing of Prince, we honor him by looking at one of his best flip sides (B-sides).
A review of this year’s Record Store Day — where the lines weren’t very long and the pickings were remarkably plentiful.
Here’s a list of Barnes & Nobles that carry Goldmine on the newsstand. Stores are listed by state. The new issue has Cheap Trick on the cover.
Generation Axe is made up of guitar virtuosos Bettencourt, Steve Vai, Zakk Wylde, Yngwie Malmsteen, and Tosin Abasi, and they have embarked on a cross-country tour of North America called “Generation Axe – A Night of Guitars.”
Goldmine had the opportunity to speak with Wil Brooks, the store manager of Josey Records, a very unique “new” record store in Kansas City.