Read a review of the UFO portable turntable by Rock ‘N’ Rolla (courtesy of Spin Cycle) and enter for a chance to win one via the Goldmine Giveaway.
Baltimore-Based Ru-Jac Records succeeded as a singles-only label for nearly a decade. Now Omnivore reissues the catalog to the delight of many.
George Thorogood & The Destroyers have reissued vinyl editions of “30 Years of Rock,” “Bad to the Bone” and “Born to Be Bad,” which Thorogood considers his best.
An article about Richard Alderson’s experiences in the New York City music scene in the ‘60s that ties The Beatles and Bob Dylan together.
Bassist Paul Gray is best known for Eddie and the Hot Rods, The Damned and Professor and the Madman. Here are 10 records that got Gray to where he is today.
We celebrate Father’s Day weekend with an interview with Glen Campbell’s daughter Debby about her new CD, The Way We Were, which includes some deeper tracks and songs inspired by her relationship with her dad, who passed away last August …
Goldmine spoke with Juliana Hatfield about her new 13-song album of Olivia Newton-John covers — which is a Goldmine Giveaway! — and the 25th anniversary re-release of her debut album ‘Hey Babe.’
From The Sparrows to Steppenwolf, John Kay proudly perseveres with a triple-CD set, “Steppenwolf at 50.”
Eddie Money discusses the 40th anniversary of his Top 40 debut single “Baby Hold On,” his mother’s reaction to it, how he collaborated with Ronnie Spector, his association with Pets for Vets and his family’s new reality television series Real Money. …
The story of Don McLean and the two important artists with whom he shall forever be associated.