It’s been a good year for Cheap Trick. The band released a quality studio album and then were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Frontman Robin Zander told Goldmine all about it.
Goldmine caught up with Carlos to discuss his Cheap Trick past and his own future.
With the release of “Theories of Flight,” the quality of Fates Warning’s music is as good, if not better, as the band’s prime. Guitarist Jim Matheos spoke to Goldmine about the latest album release.
Take a time machine back to March 13, 1976 in a never-before-published interview with the legendary guitarist, Johnny Winter.
After dedicating so much career time to Johnny Winter and his music, guitarist Paul Nelson is ready to roll with his own band.
Those who have not witnessed the power, the glory, the swagger and the soul-cleansing revitalization that is Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes best put it on their Bucket List to see this band. Those who have will no doubt want to do it again.
Moody Blues’ Justin Hayward has taken his legendary songs on the road — performing dates in America and Europe — on a tour he named “Stage Door.”
Roy Orbison’s three sons formed a company to promote and protect their father’s legacy. And ‘Roy’s Boys LLC’ decided to release a lost album and a box set.
Whitford /St. Holmes are thrilled to offer their new album, “Reunion” as a gift to five (5) lucky readers of GOLDMINE. Enter here.
Goldmine talks to one of the directors, Jeff Tremlaine, on the cusp of the movie’s June 14 limited engagement release.