The music world lost rock ‘n’ roll’s founding electric guitarist and storyteller, Chuck Berry, on Saturday, March 18. Goldmine gives a Fabulous Flip Sides in his honor.
Multi-purpose, multi-tasker Warren Haynes makes his bow to The Band.
Queen releases various box set editions of their recordings at the BBC, entitled “On Air,” available via Hollywood Records.
San Francisco Art Exchange (SFAE) will be selling off original paintings by artist Gerald Scarfe, from Pink Floyd’s 1982 masterpiece “The Wall.”
For over 40 years and 34 albums, John McCutcheon has championed a sound as old as the Appalachians and every bit as authentic.
Goldmine‘s April 2017 issue has Judas Priest on the cover. Vocalist Rob Halford talks about the 30th Anniversary of the album “Turbo.” Plus interviews and articles about music collecting and popular music history!
Drummer Michael Shrieve explains how a CD/DVD combo gets right to the heart of a Santana electric live set.
The 29th Folk Alliance International Conference served its purpose, binding past and present and looking ahead to the future.
Celebrate this year’s Record Store Day by getting 13 issues of Goldmine magazine and a free digital download of our Record Album Price Guide for only $19.95!
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