Goldmine spoke with Juliana Hatfield about her new 13-song album of Olivia Newton-John covers — which is a Goldmine Giveaway! — and the 25th anniversary re-release of her debut album ‘Hey Babe.’
From The Sparrows to Steppenwolf, John Kay proudly perseveres with a triple-CD set, “Steppenwolf at 50.”
The story of Don McLean and the two important artists with whom he shall forever be associated.
Jools Holland made a trip to the States for the first time in 15 years to perform his successful big band sound.
Mac Rebennack was run out of his native New Orleans when he was 28 and told to never come back. In Los Angeles, after becoming the go-to guy of recording sessions, he rechristened himself Dr. John, The Night Tripper, and recorded his debut as a solo artist, one of the greatest albums of all-time, 1968’s “Gris-Gris.” Dr. John, now 77, goes over all the fine ingredients that make up this 50-year-old album.
Backstage Auctions’ Jacques van Gool comes on the latest episode of the Goldmine Magazine Podcast to talk about the Houston auctioneer’s “Clearance Auction,” June 5-10.
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.