Goldmine‘s September issue is available at select record shops and Barnes & Noble stores and includes interviews with Chris Robinson, Steven Tyler, Jon Anderson, Go-Go’s, Bangles, Geoff Tate, Rita Coolidge and more.
A look behind the popular Monkees TV series.
While pulling double-duty on a co-headlining Journey/Santana bill, Neal Schon took the time to talk to Goldmine about his latest adventure.
Spin Cycle take Audio-Technica’s new wireless turntable for a spin with a bunch of new vinyl record releases.
Omnivore Recordings is releasing an authorized version of “Farewell Aldebaran” on LP and CD and the former husband-and-wife team talk to Goldmine about it.
Goldmine speaks to Carlos Santana and Gregg Rolie about the early days of Santana and the newly reformed “classic” lineup.
Steve Forbert’s backstory could easily pass for the great American novel.
As productive as ever, Mountain guitarist Leslie West released an album of old school virtuosity.
Vocalist/guitarist Glenn Tilbrook tells Goldmine all about the U.K. band Squeeze being fully active again.
The Dead Daisies are a supergroup of sorts, comprised of a “rotating line-up” of musicians. Current vocalist John Corabi talks about the group’s latest album.