Looking back, even by Las Vegas standards, July 14, 2016 was a glittering evening at the Mirage hotel and casino. “The Beatles LOVE” show was celebrating its 10-year anniversary, and most of the Beatles family was in attendance.
Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler moved to Nashville to get his country on. Read what Steven has to say about his new solo country music album, “We’re All Somebody From Somewhere.”
U-Turn Audio recently unveiled the Orbit, an entry level model in the most brilliant choice of colors, and Goldmine sampled new vinyl record releases on it.
Rita Coolidge explores the layers of her life in a new book, “Delta Lady: A Memoir.”
The Brothers Van Zant revive a decade-old concert in a loud and proud way.
Donovan talks about the release of “Buried Treasures Volume #1,” which includes 12 tracks that have never been heard before.
Guitarist Joe Bonamassa knows how to master the mixture of blues and rock — all you have to do is play one of his solo albums to find that out.
The real question with Pink Floyd box sets became which would come first: the Barrett Years, the Animals years, or the middle years?
If a music collector is in the market for vintage concert posters then Heritage Auctions’ “Vintage Music Posters” auction will be the place to bid in November.
Two auctions highlight the memorabilia power of Julien’s Auctions in the coming days: the Property from the Estate of Frank and Gail Zappa auction and the 2016 Icons and Idols: Rock n’ Roll auction. Both auctions are impressive for different reasons.