Goldmine dropped in on ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons while on the Grooves & Gravy Tour. Here’s what the “Reverend” had to say in a quick Q&A
The Texas Tornados carry on the legacy of the late Doug Sahm, with the help of old bandmates and an enthusiatic son.
The singer reminisces about Simon & Garfunkel’s past with the recently released “Concert in Central Park” and “The Complete Columbia Albums Collection.”
Pat Benatar and her husband Neil Giraldo explain how they have successfully become each other’s muse for more than 35 years.
The blues sold big on eBay in October 2015 but there were a few surprises, like a remarkable collection of Depeche Mode records and a “Xanadu picture” disc.
With the release of two recorded concerts from the “NOW What?!” tour, Deep Purple show their concert strength once again. Bassist Roger Glover expands on this unique Purple skill.
Guitarist Andy Summers’ explains how the documentary, “Can’t Stand Losing You: Surviving The Police” is a revealing look at his life — the good, the bad and the ugly.
Goldmine went through Record Store Day’s Black Friday list and checked off 10 recommendations for our readers. Here they are:
Discover the complex genealogy of the song “Mack the Knife” and how it all led to it becoming a pop mega-hit.
In our November 2015 “Americana issue,” we featured acts including John Fogerty, Steve Earle and the Texas Tornados (with roots in Doug Sahm’s Sir Douglas Quintet). Here we continue to share some lesser known flip sides from the featured acts to discover or rediscover.