Go treasure hunting at upcoming record shows, including the KUSF Rock ‘N’ Swap on Sept. 14, Toledo Record Show on Oct. 26 and the MSP Music Expo on Nov. 9.
Slash is heading back out on the road with Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators to support the new album “World of Fire,” which will be released Sept. 16 on Slash’s own Dik Hayd International record label.
As a young up-and-comer, Billy Lee Riley earned a reputation as a wild man both on and off stage. But that fighting spirit served him well in his career.
When drummer John Densmore joined a band with Jim Morrison, Robby Krieger and Ray Manzarek, he mostly hoped to earn enough money to make rent. What he got was a place in rock and roll history and permanent suffix to his name: Of The Doors.
Chris Hillman reminisces about joining The Byrds as its bassist (even though he couldn’t play bass at the time), working with David Crosby (and later kicking him out of the band) and why a Byrds reunion is unlikely.
Goldmine’s secret shopper — known only as Dr. Disc — travels extensively and loves to visit record shops. Up this time: Strictly Discs in Madison, Wis.
You might think 15 years is a long time to wait for a new Eric Carmen pop song, but that’s nothing compared with the wait you’d have to hear him try his hand at prog rock.
Kidney stones have disrupted dates for ZZ Top’s upcoming tour, but they aren’t expected to disrupt the trio’s performance at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
Need a Fab Four fix? From novels and recipes to Beatles associates and tours, these seven Beatles-related books offer something for just about every taste.
World-class songwriting skills, an ear for experimenting and feral stage presence: Just imagine how Eddie Cochran would’ve shaped music had he lived longer.