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.
Win an autographed copy of songwriter Buzz Cason’s new CD “Passion” and read a 50th anniversary of “Everlasting Love” interview!
Win an autographed copy of Tony Renzoni’s new book Connecticut Rock ‘n’ Roll and read a 50th anniversary of “Ding, Dong! The Witch is Dead” interview!
Goldmine spoke with Ron Dante (The Archies) about his recording, producing, performing career and this year’s Happy Together tour.
Keyboardist Dave Hearn discusses the Hawk’s pair of albums on Columbia and his own solo album “Mystery Train.”
Toni Tennille, half of the Grammy Award-winning duo Captain & Tennille, caught up with Goldmine to talk about her memoir and her musical peers.
Omnivore Recordings is releasing an authorized version of “Farewell Aldebaran” on LP and CD and the former husband-and-wife team talk to Goldmine about it.
Steve Forbert’s backstory could easily pass for the great American novel.
Youngblood Lowell “Banana” Levinger’s solo album “Get Together — Banana Recalls Youngbloods Classics” offers due homage to a band whose unassuming demeanor made them as much a forewarner of essential Americana as The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield or any California contemporary.
Is it possible to transcend Utopia? Kasim Sulton can’t say for sure, but he’s willing to give it a shot.