Win a copy of the book “Ella: A Biography of the Legendary Ella Fitzgerald,” its two accompanying CDs, and read an interview with author Geoffrey Mark.
Singer-songwriter Tom Rush talks about his “Voices”…and other voices he has found.
Via Omnivore Records, Gene Clark “Sings for You,” unearths former Byrd’s long-lost gems.
50 years ago, in 1968, Melanie released her debut album on Buddah. The following year she performed seven songs at the historic Woodstock music festival. Melanie shares stories of her beginnings and celebrates the 40th anniversary of her 1978 Phonogenic album. …
The Graham Bonnet Band’s second album “Meanwhile, Back in the Garage” sounds like the second coming of Alcatrazz. And it’s not that garagey! Mr. Bonnet tells Goldmine the scoop.
The current — and official — YES lineup, now led by longtime guitarist Steve Howe, is celebrating the band’s 50th anniversary this summer with an innovative tour that features the return of founding keyboardist Tony Kaye, who guests with the current band consisting of YES veterans drummer Alan White, keyboardist Geoff Downes, vocalist Jon Davison, bassist Billy Sherwood. Howe explains the experience to Goldmine.
Felix Cavaliere & Gene Cornish’s Rascals are on tour July through November, with Carmine Appice on drums. Felix and Gene spoke with Goldmine about flip sides from The Rascals and Fotomaker, along with songs from Bulldog, and Felix’s solo career. …
“Yellow Submarine” returns to the big screen this month. The reissue is being handled by Abramorama, and the company’s CEO, Richard Abramowitz, shared some of his own memories of the film, and his company’s involvement in other Beatle-related screenings.
Do you remember the first time you saw “Yellow Submarine”? Here is a glimpse at how popular the animated Beatles film has become with children of all ages.
John Fogerty stays busy touring, performing at a Las Vegas residency and much more. Fogerty tells Goldmine all about it.