I knew that ‘Me and Mrs. Jones’ would be a hit even before it was released,” Paul recalled. “It’s a song that everybody can relate to.”
Real Time Vinyl is a small company run by vinyl-a-lolics whose mission is to specialize in limited pressings of vinyl albums and singles.
Were the Beatles No. 1? Were the Stones Banned? Goldmine’s Rock By Numbers columnist ponders these questions.
A review of new music collecting guides for those who have collect an assortment of music genres in different formats.
Looking back, even by Las Vegas standards, July 14, 2016 was a glittering evening at the Mirage hotel and casino. “The Beatles LOVE” show was celebrating its 10-year anniversary, and most of the Beatles family was in attendance.
Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler moved to Nashville to get his country on. Read what Steven has to say about his new solo country music album, “We’re All Somebody From Somewhere.”
U-Turn Audio recently unveiled the Orbit, an entry level model in the most brilliant choice of colors, and Goldmine sampled new vinyl record releases on it.
Rita Coolidge explores the layers of her life in a new book, “Delta Lady: A Memoir.”
The Brothers Van Zant revive a decade-old concert in a loud and proud way.
Lemon Henry Jefferson died during one of the worst Chicago winters on record, but his music lives on with quite the electric spirit.