Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame announces a new list of Hall of Fame inductees as Randy Bachman returns for a second nod and the King of Prog Rock joins along with a Country outlaw and top groups from Australia and England
I was 18 when Jorma and his band Jefferson Airplane rocked my socks off at Woodstock in 1969. I’m 64 now and Jorma is still a thrill. He headlines this installment of “Filled With Sound.” Smokin’ Joe Kubek, Bnois King, Eric Sardinas and Tinsley Ellis are his blues-drenched opening acts.
It was over thirty years ago, but nobody who lived through the early 1980s is likely to forget their first exposure to the three albums that catapulted Rupert Hine from one side of the producer’s next to the other. Immunity …
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame announces a new list of Hall of Fame inductees featuring 2 guys named Joe, the Motown sax symbol, a wolf & Vince Gill
Sometimes an artist comes along who simply steals your breath away. Polly Gibbons is just such an artist. Plus, a soundtrack for our times, a jazzman goes solo and the 21-track newest installment of “Now That’s What I Call Music.”
After London Grammar’s concert at NYC’s Terminal 5 had been postponed twice, the band made up for it with a spellbinding show on Wednesday, January 28th.
While there’s a number of artists (at least five or six) who have remained consistently listenable, and sometimes even bravely so, as they march towards what we might once have termed their dotage… Neil Young, Richard Thompson, [insert your own …
Four New CDs span the gamut of sound from the avant-garde squeaks, squeals and grunts of John Coltrane and the soul-stirring Chicken Mambo of Fabrizio Poggi at The Spaghetti Juke Joint to Brad Hatfield’s bravery and the everlasting contributions of Bert Berns, a man who died way too soon.
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame announces its latest list of Hall of Fame inductees featuring Gary Lewis, George Clinton, Mary Wells, Peter & Gordon & Level 42
The art of obscurity… because it is an art… is one that few artists can be said to practice with true enthusiasm. Many have obscurity thrust upon them, and you can hear them grumble about it all career-long. Others snatch …