David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust years highlighted in Mick Rock exhibit at the Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle.
Bob Marley & The Wailers’ “Exodus,” released 40 years ago in June 1977, is a record that impacted everybody who heard it.
Important points to ponder if you’re considering collecting old reggae records; old as in 1960s or early ‘70s; and records as in original Jamaican pressings.
Rex Brown talks about going out on his own with the solo album, “Smoke On This.” Then Charlie Huhn talks Foghat’s latest live album “Live at the Belly Up.”
Goldmine spoke with Ron Dante (The Archies) about his recording, producing, performing career and this year’s Happy Together tour.
Goldmine’s August issue covers The Beach Boys’ “Sunshine Tomorrow,” a 2017 release of 1967 music redone and rediscovered. Interviews with Brian Wilson, Mike Love and others.
Arlo Guthrie shows us that folk music is always relevant.
Goldmine reports from 2017’s Montreal Jazz Festival where King Crimson, Ron Sexsmith, Tigran Hamasyan and others made the event magical.
Mick Fleetwood revisits his band’s early years in photo-driven book, “Love That Burns — A Chronicle of Fleetwood Mac, Volume One: 1967-1974.”
Wilko Johnson is a man who has played in a successful band, starred in a TV series, published books and beat terminal cancer. He tells his story to Goldmine.