Donovan discusses the benefits of transcendental meditation (TM), including his involvement with the Maharishi, The Beatles and the David Lynch Foundation, which recently released the DVD of “Change Begins Within: A Benefit Concert For The David Lynch Foundation.”
Revisit the reunion of the Raspberries in 2004 with the release of the 2-CD set, “Pop Art Live.” Goldmine interviews all the members of the band.
Goldmine’s October 2017 issue is out now and Classic Rock guitarist Joe Walsh is the subject of our cover feature.
Pink Floyd artist Gerald Scarfe talks about “The Wall” art and his relationship with Roger Waters. Also, Carlos Santana’s good vibes and a Jackyl interview.
The Moody Blues offer a belated blast from “Days of Future Passed.” Graeme Edge and John Lodge explain how the band will celebrate the album’s significance.
An interview with Ian McDonald (Foreigner/King Crimson/Honey West) and a chance to win an autographed copy of the Honey West “Bad Old World” CD.
Chuck McDermott premieres his new video, “A Thousand Cuts,” which comes from his third album, “Gin & Rosewater,” released in May 2017.
Fifty years ago, the Monterey International Pop Festival was a key event of the “Summer of Love.” Here’s a look back at one of rock’s most memorable music festivals.
Goldmine premieres a new video by Chris Pierce called “Don’t Fight It,” featuring background vocals by The Grateful Dead’s Donna Jean Godchaux.
Goldmine’s September issue covers The Elvis Presley legacy, 40 years after his death.