Who started Folk Rock? One standout candidate is Simon & Garfunkel. However, there’s a case to be made that the British contribution is a legitimate one.
Meat Loaf’s latest release, “Braver Than We Are,” is his 13th studio album and fifth with his creative partner Jim Steinman, the duo who vaulted to fame on “Bat Out of Hell” in 1977.
Of all the anniversaries set to be celebrated this year, good and bad, no doubt the fiftieth anniversary of the death of British pirate radio will be among the most loudly discussed… and so it should be. After three years …
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The best of music (by genre), books and movies in 2016
Jack Tempchin has recently released “One More Song” on the Blue Elan label, which he discussed with Goldmine, in addition to his other compositions over the decades.
If you are holiday shopping for a fellow music collector (or yourself), here are the picks Goldmine recommends over all others.
The year 1966 would prove to be transitional for The Beatles. “Revolver” would be the only album released during the year — and, boy, was it grand! Read the story behind the album’s production.
The guitarist talked candidly to Goldmine about Emerson, Lake and Palmer (ELP) right before his untimely passing.
Beach Boys icon Mike Love speaks about his autobiography, and many of the highs and lows along the way to superstardom.