The Frantic Four. Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster and John Coghlan… yes, they were Status Quo between 1970 and 1976. And now the band are releasing some quality recordings of those days.
Enter for a chance to win the new Kansas documentary, “Miracles Out of Nowhere” on Blu-ray. Goldmine will pick five (5) winners by Friday April 3, 2015.
If you own only one Allman Brothers album then make it “At Fillmore East.” But now there’s “The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings,” available in your choice of three Blu-ray discs, six CDs or four LPs.
Goldmine spoke with Lovett during a rare week off, back home in the rural south Texas community called Klein, where his ancestors first settled in during the mid-1800s.
Goldmine presents an exclusive video premiere from Bachman’s new song release, “Oh My Lord,” from the new album, “Heavy Blues.”
Elvis Presley left the building nearly 40 years ago, but four of the women who knew Presley well offer their memories of the man behind the movies and music.
Between the two Nashville music stores, Grimey’s and Grimey’s Too, which are located next to each other, you will find just about anything you seek.
Mungo Jerry briefly hit the big time with ‘In the Summertime,’ yet band member Colin Earl thinks the song might have hurt more than helped in the end.
With her first new studio album in a decade, “You Gotta Love the Life,” Melissa Manchester is enjoying recognition again.
Supertramp co-founder Roger Hodgson reflects on his spirituality, coming of age and the band’s songwriting dynamic as the 40th anniversary of ‘Crime of the Century’ is celebrated by fans old and new.