A writer remembers B.B. King as the ‘King of the Blues,’ and a true gentleman of the blues, as well.
He may sing about banging the drum all day but, really, Todd Rundgren remains a creative workhorse. Goldmine speaks to the creative wizard about the past, present and future.
Goldmine’s Spin Cycle columnist Dave Thompson describes his experience at this year’s Record Store Day.
David Torn takes his electric oud and his guitar to new heights…Pianist Harold Mabern does he does best: make others sound great…Cash Box Kings make the blues come alive…and a man named Voo will woo you.
Joe Seddon has recorded a remarkable portfolio of musical compositions, many of which now appear on YouTube
Columnist Warren Kurtz takes a look at the flip side songs related to the current issue.
Metal God Rob Halford looks back fondly on his band’s 1984 release, “Defenders of the Faith.”
Local music scenes often offer far more to the locals than can ever be translated to a larger audience. Even if you know for sure that such-and-such a band formed in a smelly pub on the waterfront; that this song references …
The Madison Square Garden crowd was there to to witness history: Eric Clapton’s last U.S. concert,. And Slowhand will go out on top without a struggle.
He was responsible for writing one of the most beloved songs in rock ‘n’ roll, but Berry did not get the respect he deserved until later on in his life.