This week’s selected discography is on Marshall Crenshaw, since he is featured in the September issue on newsstands now.
Goldmine interviews Sarah Dash and Nona Hendrix of Labelle, the group who sang the original version of “Lady Marmalade.” They will be inducted by the Philadelphia Music Alliance and added to the Philadelphia Music Walk of Fame on October 4. …
Win an autographed copy of songwriter Buzz Cason’s new CD “Passion” and read a 50th anniversary of “Everlasting Love” interview!
This week’s artist is Elvis Presley, since Elvis is our cover feature in the September issue on newsstands now. Here is a selected Elvis album discography on RCA.
Fifty years ago, the Monterey International Pop Festival was a key event of the “Summer of Love.” Here’s a look back at one of rock’s most memorable music festivals.
In the summer of 1967, photographer Ed Caraeff headed out to his first rock festival, finally shooting an iconic image of Jimi Hendrix at the Monterey Pop Festival.
Goldmine premieres a new video by Chris Pierce called “Don’t Fight It,” featuring background vocals by The Grateful Dead’s Donna Jean Godchaux.
Each week we will pick an artist and post a selected vinyl record price guide from our latest data resource, the Record Album Price Guide, 9th Edition. This week’s artist is Joe Walsh’s Barnstorm, as Joe Walsh will be our cover feature coming up in the October issue.
40 years ago, on August 16, 1977, Elvis Presley passed away while his single “Way Down” was sliding down the Top 100. It returned to the Top 40 even stronger. We remember him with its flip side “Pledging My Love.”
On August 8, we lost Glen Campbell at the age of 81. We remember him with four flip sides and an exclusive interview highlight from Bobby Rydell who discusses his time in the studio with the legendary guitarist and singer. …