The Journey guitarist could’ve had his name and face on concert posters with both Derek and The Dominos and Santana. Hey, two out of three ain’t bad, Neal.
A musical prodigy — he played guitar with Santana when he was still a teen — Neal Schon has been active in the music industry for more than 70 percent of his life.
We’re thrilled labels are bringing vinyl back, and we’re happy to pay a premium. But flimsy covers and brand-new records with skips and scratches? Not so much.
Just 19 master tracks survive from Elvis Presley’s Sun Studio days in 1954 and 1955. But that’s enough to fill a CD and more than enough to secure his legend.
Plenty of blues artists back in the 1930s used an alias when recording. Unlike those trying to make more money or outrun the law, Blind Joe Taggart had another motive to record ‘14th Street Blues’ as Blind Percy.
Here are the real life vs. artistic license differences we’ve spotted after multiple viewings of the SNL sketch featuring Will Ferrell and Chirstopher Walken.
Eric Bloom talks about Blue Öyster Cult’s early days, the now-(in)famous SNL skit and why the band will keep touring for as long as people want to hear them play.
Seize the (Record Store) Day! Here are some highlights of planned events; feel free to add in your plans by commenting on this story or on Goldmine’s Facebook page.
Not even lineup shifts, member deaths and a hiatus could keep the Southern rock band from getting together to put out its first studio album in two decades.
Singer-songwriter, actor and comic Creed Bratton, currently best-known for the quirky former ’60s rock-star character he portrays on the NBC TV series “The Office,” is releasing a new album/audio-biography on vinyl.