Goldmine chats with the founder of Stony Plain Records, Holger Petersen, about producing quality blues and roots music for 40 years.
The Village People felt that their lyrics always dealt with positive things — and a very positive place to hang out was the YMCA. It was inevitable that the group would write a song about it.
Roy Orbison’s three sons formed a company to promote and protect their father’s legacy. And ‘Roy’s Boys LLC’ decided to release a lost album and a box set.
Whitford /St. Holmes are thrilled to offer their new album, “Reunion” as a gift to five (5) lucky readers of GOLDMINE. Enter here.
Goldmine talks to one of the directors, Jeff Tremlaine, on the cusp of the movie’s June 14 limited engagement release.
Martin Barre, the erstwhile guitarist for Jethro Tull, finds joy in going it alone.
Legendary Yes keyboardist Rick Wakeman embraces the PledgeMusic platform for his latest music release, “The Myths & Legends Of King Arthur 2016.”
Tom Jones released a retrospective album at the same time as his autobiography, and the pop icon is finding out that it’s not unusual to embrace the past.
Steiner Sports, the country’s leading marketer of authentic autographed sports memorabilia has released unique Beatles Wall Art for music enthusiasts. Goldmine recently spoke with Steiner Sports’ Director of Purchasing/Athlete Signings, Eric Levy, about their new (and upcoming) Beatles product.
American blues musician Gus Cannon died broke and alone on the streets of Memphis, but at one time his band, Cannon’s Jug Stompers, were the premiere jug band around.