On February 1, we lost singer Dennis Edwards, who, beginning fifty years ago in 1968, helped transform the sound of the Temptations. His daughter, Issa Pointer, shares her family photos and Motown songwriter Kathleen Wakefield shares her memories with Goldmine. …
Fu Manchu has been rocking, hard and loud for a long time, since 1990. And member Scott Hill has been the consistent player in the band during all these years. Hill talks about the band’s new LP, ‘Clone of the Universe,’ and a collaboration with Rush’s Alex Lifeson.
It was a struggle to get English troubadour Michael Weston King to narrow his choices to only 10 albums. Perhaps there is a sequel in the offing.
As Poco begins to celebrate its 50th anniversary, Rusty Young explores being a solo artist, too.
Pink Floyd biographer Bill Kopp talks about his latest book, ‘Reinventing Pink Floyd: From Syd Barrett to The Dark Side of the Moon,’ on the Goldmine Magazine Podcast. Kopp has a lot of to offer as far as insight into the band’s transition from Syd Barrett to David Gilmour. This is a must-listen for any Pink Floyd fan.
David Crosby aims high with latest release, ‘Sky Trails.’
Guitarist Eric Johnson takes ‘Ah Via Musicom’ on the road while releasing new material.
The Brymers (pronounced “Brimmers”) might have become a mere footnote in the annals of rock ‘n’ roll were it not for their sheer persistence. Here’s their story.
The Beatles’ “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” vs. The Rolling Stones’ “Their Satanic Majesties Request.” Which album is the most psychedelic?
Gone but not forgotten: Vanilla Fudge’s legacy lives on. Mark Stein and Carmine Appice tell why.