Use these 10 Commandments to determine the real-world value of the records you buy, sell and collect — no mountain climbing or heavy stone tablets required.
There’s thin line between love and hate. In the case of disco, that line might consist of flashing dance floor lights, but the sentiment seems to hold true.
Gospel. Funk. Blues. Pop. R&B. Jazz. Soul. Rock. Pick a genre, and chances are Earth, Wind & Fire has brought that style into its hook-laden music.
When it comes to thrift-store record shopping, there are finds to be made. You just have to wade through Osmonds, Carpenters and oom-pah band records first.
We’ve all been there: A box of filthy records priced so low, you can’t pass them up. But can you clean them on a budget, too? We put Spin Clean to the test.
It’s been 12 years since Jon Anderson made his last studio album with Yes. The album in question, “Magnification,” has a few other claims to fame, too.
Houston-based Backstage Auctions marks its 10th anniversary specializing in selling music-related memorabilia consigned by artists and industry insiders.
As Garbage — the band, that is — releases its first full-length concert film, fans wonder: Can a new album be far behind? Drummer Butch Vig weighs in.
Before Ray Charles or Aretha Franklin, singer Ruth Brown reigned at Atlantic Records, fittingly dubbed in the 1950s as The House That Ruth Built.
Few folks spring out of bed at 0-dark-thirty on Black Friday to stand in lines that make DMV waiting seem fun. But Back to Black Friday may win you over.