Now, Goldmine readers, you can share your Woodstock experience with the world. Goldmine’s parent company, F+W Media Inc., is publishing a hardcover Woodstock 50th anniversary book by author Mike Greenblatt for release in 2019. If you were at Woodstock and have photos and stories to share we would love to hear from you.
The HBO documentary provides an Elvis for the 21st Century with soundtrack sets (with film score by Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready) that deliver the same impact.
This month’s podcast focuses on John Brennan’s desire to collect and the stories behind his autographs. Starting this week, much of Brennan’s autograph collection will be auctioned off.
The June issue discusses the reunion of Todd Rundgren’s Utopia. Three members of the current Utopia are interviewed, including Rundgren himself. Issue on newsstands until June 4.
Goldmine Magazine and Friday Music team up to offer a Goldmine Giveaway of the 7-CD box set ‘The Road To Utopia: The Complete Recordings 1974-82’ (original recording masters/limited edition). Enter now!
The winner of this Todd Rundgren Utopia Vintage Shot will receive the image as a 17″ x 22″ unframed print, printed with archival pigment inks on archival fine art paper. It will be autographed by the photographer Mark Weiss and it will include a Certificate of Authenticity (COA).
Drummer Mickey Hart is adamant about continuing the Dead’s high level of musicianship.
Although just about everything The Beatles released had 100 percent loyalty, the movie “Magical Mystery Tour” (MMT) betrayed the limits of that unflinching support.
Mike Portnoy talks about Sons of Apollo’s debut album, their current tour and his life as a music collector, especially Beatles memorabilia and vinyl.
Author Harvey Kubernik talks in detail on this podcast episode about his newest book, ‘The Doors Summer’s Gone,’and his back catalog.