Members of the three-piece band fIREHOSE will reunite in April for the group’s first tour dates together since 1994, a move that coincides with a new anthology.
Warner Bros. Records will offer up a slew of exclusive Record Store Day releases for artists ranging from the Red Hot Chili Peppers and The Black Keys to Metallica, Eric Clapton and Wilco.
Bill Wyman and The Rolling Stones were creatively joined again when they all contributed to the Ian Stewart tribute album called “Boogie 4 Stu.”
Not even death can overtake the vibrant, brilliant music of the bespectacled kid from Lubbock, Texas, who was anything but a hick. A half-century later, recording artists continue to record — and find hits with — Buddy Holly’s songs.
Remaining members of Pink Floyd and EMI Music have come together for the large-scale “Why Pink Floyd?” campaign. Drummer Nick Mason gives us the inside scoop.
Get the scoop on all of the “Why Pink Floyd” campaign packages, premiums and planned release dates.
Whose albums and DVDs are dropping when? Check Goldmine’s Listing of releases and reissues. This installment includes: Lou Reed, Steve Howe, Lydia Lunch, Lionel Richie, The Fugs, Elton John, Marianne Faithfull, Miles Davis and Dinosaur Jr.
Jimi Hendrix called him the world’s best guitarist. He was The Rolling Stones’ first choice to replace Mick Taylor. And he’s got 17 albums set to be reissued.
The band offers an exclusive stream of its new album, “COMM,” via Goldmine
Don’t have a bottomless slush fund to buy original Robert Johnson 78s? Now you can get closer to that experience than ever before, thanks to a limited-edition collector’s set.