The music world lost rock ‘n’ roll’s founding electric guitarist and storyteller, Chuck Berry, on Saturday, March 18. Goldmine gives a Fabulous Flip Sides in his honor.
A deeper look into 2016’s significant Beatles releases.
Producer Giles Martin (son of George Martin) talks about the reincarnation of “Live at the Hollywood Bowl.”
Multi-purpose, multi-tasker Warren Haynes makes his bow to The Band.
If you collect Krautrock, want to collect Krautrock or don’t even know what the heck Krautrock really is, Dave Thompson will gladly enlighten you with his Top 5 picks of the genre.
With a new album, “Liv On,” centering on the power of healing, Olivia Newton-John’s musical career moves forward with a real sense of purpose.
It’s already been nearly a decade since the documentary film, “Anvil: The Story of Anvil,” and the Canadian metal band is still powering on.
Queen releases various box set editions of their recordings at the BBC, entitled “On Air,” available via Hollywood Records.
For over 40 years and 34 albums, John McCutcheon has championed a sound as old as the Appalachians and every bit as authentic.
Drummer Michael Shrieve explains how a CD/DVD combo gets right to the heart of a Santana electric live set.