With more than 2 million used records for sale, Jerry’s Records in Pittsburgh is one of the largest vinyl-only record stores in the country. Here’s his story.
A mix of Northern Soul, classical and blues records get their turn to shine in Goldmine’s Market Watch countdown of top-dollar online record auctions.
Musicians are invited to submit their versions of Pink Floyd songs for the second Surrogate Bands contest hosted by the Floydian Slip radio show.
Redscroll Records began as a record label, then evolved into a record shop in Wallingford, Conn. Owners Joshua Carlson and Rick Sinkiewicz share the history of their store.
The Beatles may not have earned a spot on to Thomas Dolby’s list of 10 Albums that changed his life, but the Fab Four certainly left their mark on Market Watch.
A Thanksgiving day walk turns up an incredibly rare Son House 78 RPM record and reminds us we all need to keep hunting for history.
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.
He’s no international man of mystery, but Gus Cannon and his alter-ego, Banjo Joe, were double agents of sorts at the Paramount and Victor record labels.
In the new book “Put The Needle on the Record: The 1980s at 45 Revolutions Per Minute,” author Matthew Chojnacki shines a light on the artistry of picture sleeves. Here’s a sampling.