The Madison Square Garden crowd was there to to witness history: Eric Clapton’s last U.S. concert,. And Slowhand will go out on top without a struggle.
By Martin Popoff Guitarist James Williamson is most famous for his work on the incendiary “Raw Power” album — James, of course, being lead Stooge in Iggy and the Stooges. But he’s also on the latest Stooges album “Ready to …
He was responsible for writing one of the most beloved songs in rock ‘n’ roll, but Berry did not get the respect he deserved until later on in his life.
Vanilla Fudge vocalist/organist Mark Stein knows his fair share of quality music — a perfect subject for 10 Albums That Changed My Life.
Prior to Record Store Day 2015, Goldmine reached out to Record Store Day organizer Michael Kurtz to get the lowdown on the event.
Musical Director Frank Simes is behind the scenes for now, but his superstar connections — such as The Who — promise to raise his personal profile quickly
Vintage Red Allen & Frank Wakefield radio broadcasts are now on CD.
List of upcoming records shows and events, including the KUSF Rock ’N’ Swap in San Francisco, CA and the Music Expos’ CD DVD Record Show in Killingly CT.
By Lee Zimmerman Throughout his career, Dave Pirner (above, second from left, with Soul Asylum in 2013) has consistently shown his musical adaptability. Prior to establishing himself as a swaggering frontman known for emotive vocals and low-slung guitar, he taught …
Tammi Terrell was one of Motown’s brightest stars of the 1960s. Her duets with Marvin Gaye became instant soul classics, and her tragic death from brain cancer just shy of her 25th birthday helped to cement her status as a musical icon.