Keyboardist Dave Hearn discusses the Hawk’s pair of albums on Columbia and his own solo album “Mystery Train.”
Toni Tennille, half of the Grammy Award-winning duo Captain & Tennille, caught up with Goldmine to talk about her memoir and her musical peers.
Omnivore Recordings is releasing an authorized version of “Farewell Aldebaran” on LP and CD and the former husband-and-wife team talk to Goldmine about it.
Steve Forbert’s backstory could easily pass for the great American novel.
Youngblood Lowell “Banana” Levinger’s solo album “Get Together — Banana Recalls Youngbloods Classics” offers due homage to a band whose unassuming demeanor made them as much a forewarner of essential Americana as The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield or any California contemporary.
Is it possible to transcend Utopia? Kasim Sulton can’t say for sure, but he’s willing to give it a shot.
There’s a lot going on in the world according to P.F. Sloan. For starters, his biography, ‘What’s Exactly The Matter With Me?,’ reads like a musical version of ‘Forrest Gump.’ (And that doesn’t even touch upon the parts of Sloan’s memoirs that even he admits are bizarre.) So what is reality? Sloan has offered up his take here; we’ll leave it up to you (and a box of salt) to decide.
Even top music experts can be forgiven for believing Bob Lind was a one-hit wonder, as Lind found it tough to sustain the momentum of “Elusive Butterfly.”
Glen Phillips isn’t the type of person to put all his eggs in the proverbial single basket. One of the mainstays of the ’90s chart champs Toad the Wet Sprocket, Phillips has diversified his efforts into a solo career, a successful stint with WPA, an Americana super group of sorts, and at least a trio of other affiliations on an occasional basis.
Yes, “Walking in Memphis” brought Marc Cohn a Grammy, established him as an artist and immortalized him for music fans. But his career didn’t stop in 1991.