Jack Tempchin has recently released “One More Song” on the Blue Elan label, which he discussed with Goldmine, in addition to his other compositions over the decades.
If you are holiday shopping for a fellow music collector (or yourself), here are the picks Goldmine recommends over all others.
The year 1966 would prove to be transitional for The Beatles. “Revolver” would be the only album released during the year — and, boy, was it grand! Read the story behind the album’s production.
The guitarist talked candidly to Goldmine about Emerson, Lake and Palmer (ELP) right before his untimely passing.
Beach Boys icon Mike Love speaks about his autobiography, and many of the highs and lows along the way to superstardom.
Brian Wilson reflects on bringing “Pet Sounds” on tour for its 50th anniversary.
Moving on from the extremely popular Black Crowes, Chris Robinson has found a really comfortable home with another musical ‘brotherhood.’ The veteran rock ‘n’ roller sees the change as destiny.
Former Black Crowes guitarist Rich Robinson describes how he feels liberated in his own “Flux” sound.
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.”