As Graham Nash puts out a retrospective, he examines his career through the decades of making music, from The Hollies to the present.
After thirty years, The Textones are back, with the same lineup as then, for their new exciting third album, Old Stone Gang. We talk with Carla Olson about the new album on Blue Elan, Phil Seymour, Kathy Valentine and more. …
In 1975, a Memphis-based band called Zuider Zee recorded an album for Columbia Records. The melodic, power pop-leaning collection of songs was released, and it didn’t sell. Now the band is back with new recordings.
Former Black Crowes guitarist Rich Robinson takes flight with new band, Magpie Salute.
Goldmine talks to The Jayhawks’ Gary Louris about the making of the band’s 10th studio album, “Back Roads and Abandoned Motels.”
Rick Buckler’s terrific and crisp drumming has always been highlighted on such Jam tracks as “Town Called Malice” and “The Modern World.” Here are the 10 Albums That Changed Rick Buckler’s Life!
King of the Road: A Tribute to Roger Miller is a double CD featuring all new recordings by a variety of country and rock artists. We spoke with Dean Miller about honoring his father’s contributions with this extensive new package. …
The disc jockeys of the ’60s were everyone’s connection to the current hits and the hits to come. Bruce Morrow (Cousin Brucie) was one of those legendary voices on the radio. Bruce opens up to Goldmine columnist John “Jay Jay” French about ’60s radio and his relationship with The Beatles in an exclusive interview.
With debut solo album, “Out of the Darkness,” The Outfield’s Tony Lewis is a rookie again.
Win a copy of Vivaldi’s Four Season In Rock CD, and read an interview with Darryl Way.