The key to the creative success of The Zombies is the band’s unending enthusiasm for its own inspiring musical work. A new album and tour emphasized that.
The epic “American Pie” is certainly open to different interpretations but songwriter Don McLean called his song “a complicated parable.”
Kinky Friedman is a bit of an outlaw and a whole lot of Renaissance man. And his new album, “The Loneliest Man I Ever Met,” speaks for itself.
The case for Yes being inducted into the Rock Hall is passionately made by Goldmine scribe Martin Popoff.
The Royal Guardsmen will be forever connected to Snoopy. That’s not a bad thing but many fans realize this is a band that can still really play.
Director Michael Lindsay-Hogg talks about the new “Beatles 1” release and how everything came together to produce dynamic video footage of the band.
Quicksilver Messenger Service and John Cale are just two examples of the CD reissues — vinyl replicas — masterminded by Culture Factory.
To mark Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday, we celebrate his illustrious career with what we believe are some of his most underrated songs.
How Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer went from a retailer’s marketing campaign to the lead character in one of the most iconic Christmas songs of all time.
Paul Rodgers & Co. never let you down as far as good old-fashioned hard rock was concerned. Their classic ‘70s albums are a testament to that. Rodgers goes back in time with Goldmine.