Get ready for upcoming record shows, including the Greater New Jersey Record Show on Dec. 7 in Edison, N.J., the Record Swap Meet Dec. 14 in Newark, Calif., the Record & CD Show in Jan. 17 in Lansing, Mich., and the Chicagoland Record Collectors Show Jan. 18, 2015, in Hillside, Ill.
Just because the ’60s and ’70s are in past doesn’t mean the era’s music and artists should be forgotten, says Dean Sciarra of Classic Music Vault.
They’re rare, but they’re not exactly in demand. You rarely see them, and, when you do, you’re more likely to remark upon their size than heir contents. But, if you have the wherewithal to hunt them and the equipment on which to play them, Edison discs provide a great thrill for record collectors.
It’s been 50 years since The Beatles arrived in the U.S. and launched Beatlemania. Here’s a peek at the band’s past and present impact on pop culture.
It’s been three years since Sebastian Bach lost his home to Hurricane Irene. He hasn’t rebuilt the house, but he’s working to rebuild his record collection.
Life is risky; accidents happen. That’s why we buy insurance. But the first thing you should do to protect your property is to create a collection inventory.
Whatever you collect — from rare records to more traditional antiques and collectibles — you should take steps to insure and protect your collection.
Sears, Roebuck & Co. introduced the Gene Autry Round-up guitar in autumn 1932, when American families regularly tuned in to hear the Singing Cowboy.
To walk through the Martin factory and museum is to see the past, present and future of the American acoustic guitar — not to mention the stars’ guitars.
Don’t subscribe to Goldmine (yet, anyway)? Luckily you can find Goldmine at some of the same fine shops where you find your favorite records.