From displays and T-shirts to belt buckles and bin dividers, most of these lots could have been seen on display in a record store 30 to 40 years ago.
This photography and interview project headed by Eilon Paz documents vinyl collectors in their most natural and intimate environments: their record rooms.
Backstage Auctions owner Jacques van Gool envisions that heavy metal memorabilia will compete with the stature of classic rock in the near future.
If you’ve ever wondered what 50 years of rock and rolls look like, The Morrison Hotel gallery’s latest exhibition is a great place to start. The gallery’s current exhibit, “Rolling Stones 50 Years in Photography” showcases career-spanning photographs of The World’s Greatest Rock and Roll Band.
Whose albums and DVDs are dropping when? Check Goldmine’s Disc News listing of releases and reissues. The current crop includes Howlin’ Wolf, Elvis Presley, Foreigner, Deep Purple, Grateful Dead, The Shins, Fountains of Wayne, Status Quo, The Hollies, Neil Sedaka, Alice Cooper and Chicago.
Packed with rare vinyl, autographed items, gear and other memorabilia, Backstage Auctions’ Rock Gods and Metal Monsters event may be the auction house’s best yet.
Legacy’s limited-edition Record Store Day exclusives available April 21, 2012, include releases from Ozzy Osbourne, Willie Nelson, Paul Simon, Janis Joplin, Uncle Tupelo, 311, Lou Reed, Miles Davis, The Clash, Patti Smith, Shuggie Otis, Iggy & the Stooges and Tedeschi Trucks Band.
The car owned and used by Rolling Stone Keith Richards during recording of ‘Exile on Main St.’ is heading to auction. Note: ‘Tumbling Dice’ sold separately.
Anyone who loves rock and roll music has probably dreamed of ways to turn that passion into a paying gig. Paul Scharfe is following just such a dream as founder and CEO of Rock Square, a global marketplace and social network.
Even as the music industry seems to be inching closer to an all digital world, record labels are finding ways to entice fans to buy physical product.