Goldmine spoke with Gin Blossoms’ Robin Wilson and Jesse Valenzuela about their new “Mixed Reality” album, the 25th anniversary of their string of ‘90s hit songs and more. Plus, win a sealed “Mixed Reality” CD from Gin Blossoms.
Podcast guest Norm Harris, owner of Los Angeles’ famous Norman’s Rare Guitars, discusses why he is auctioning off parts of his collection of Tom Petty guitars and memorabilia this month via Heritage Auctions.
John Fogerty stays busy touring, performing at a Las Vegas residency and much more. Fogerty tells Goldmine all about it.
Rock author Martin Popoff discusses his book, “Pink Floyd: Album by Album,” among other related topics.
After the release of a 4-DVD set by Time Life, Robin Zander of Cheap Trick looks back at the exhilaration of being part of a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.
Jakko Jakszyk breathes new life into the legendary King Crimson onstage.
Goldmine’s cover story for the June 2018 issue focused on a reunited Todd Rundgren Utopia.
George Thorogood & The Destroyers have reissued vinyl editions of “30 Years of Rock,” “Bad to the Bone” and “Born to Be Bad,” which Thorogood considers his best.
An article about Richard Alderson’s experiences in the New York City music scene in the ‘60s that ties The Beatles and Bob Dylan together.
Bassist Paul Gray is best known for Eddie and the Hot Rods, The Damned and Professor and the Madman. Here are 10 records that got Gray to where he is today.