Even after a slow start in NYC, New Jersey turned the 10-year anniversary of Record Store Day into an extremely worthwhile event.
After a lifetime around record stores, and 10 years worth of Record Store Days, I’ve come to recognize certain record buyers in the shops this weekend.
To support charity, Steven Tyler signs limited edition canvas artworks created from sound waves captured in studio re-recording of “Janie’s Got a Gun.”
Photographer Gered Mankowitz talks about the photoshoot for the album cover of The Rolling Stones’ “Between the Buttons” — among other things.
The owner of the store Record Runner, on Manhattan’s Jones Street, has experienced the iconic power of “The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan” cover image firsthand.
Founding member of the band America, Gerry Beckley is known for writing and singing many memorable songs. Here are 10 albums that influenced his life.
The 10th annual Record Store Day is upon us — Saturday, April 22 — and Record Store Day organizer Michael Kurtz tells us what’s in store for 2017.
Independent artist Art Carter’s new studio album, “Texture,” ticks all the boxes for a complete Americana feel, incorporating rock, blues, country and even gospel into one 15-song CD.
Double-Disc versions of “Run With The Pack” and “Burnin’ Sky” feature original album
remastered and expanded with rare recordings, available May 26.
Here are upcoming records shows and events, including the Pennsylvania Music Expo on March 12 and Jersey City Record Riot on Apr. 22.