A selected discography of Justin Hayward’s solo work from Goldmine’s Standard Catalog of American Records and Goldmine’s Record Album Price Guide.
The timeless troubador, Justin Hayward, muses about days of future passed.
In a classic interview with Elvis confidant Marty Lacker, the scene behind the 1969 Memphis recording sessions is revealed in detail.
There’s one thing for sure — Garfield Akers was affected by those “Cotton Field Blues.”
One of the biggest recording stars from the ’40s to the ’60s, Frankie Laine, sang on the soundtracks of seven western films from 1953-1958 and 1974.
Author Ken Sharp catches up with legendary rock star Gene Simmons.
Keyboardist Dave Hearn discusses the Hawk’s pair of albums on Columbia and his own solo album “Mystery Train.”
A day-to-day diary of sailing on the hard rock seas with “Kiss Kruise VI: Creatures of The Deep.”
A selected KISS album discography from the Goldmine Standard Catalog of American Records, 9th Edition.
Goldmine gets some sage advice from bluesman Bobby Rush.