The band Running Wild have always been about good, clean fun. Since 1987’s “Under Jolly Roger,” the band have produced material that would suit any Pirates of the Caribbean soundtrack. I mean, who doesn’t like a little pirate theme to their heavy …
Decker has self-released six studio records in the last seven years but his recent “Snake River Blues” is one of the best music releases of the year.
The Dead Daisies are a supergroup of sorts, comprised of a “rotating line-up” of musicians. Current vocalist John Corabi talks about the group’s latest album.
The “Encyclopedia of KISS” is a really fun reference for both those who are familiar and unfamiliar with the rock band, KISS.
Gotta Have Rock and Roll’s “Rock & Roll Pop Culture Auction” runs July 20-29 and one of the highlight items is a drum kit used by The Animals on a 1964 Ed Sullivan Show.
Get ready for upcoming records shows, including the Pennsylvania Music Expo in Lancaster, PA on July 10 and the Motor City Music Convention on August 6.
Results for John Tefteller’s World’s Rarest Records auction ending on June 23, 2016 of 1950s, 1960s and 1970s rock ‘n’ roll 45s and 78s.
This month, Ruby Dee & the Snakehandlers, release an album of rockabilly, swing, country and R&B all mixed into one. “Little Black Heart” will be released July 22nd on Catty Town Records, a new American roots label.
An American touring band and the 50th anniversary of a landmark album keep original Yardbird, Jim McCarty, happily rolling along.
Goldmine caught up with Carlos to discuss his Cheap Trick past and his own future.