Moody Blues’ songwriter has taken his legendary songs on the road — performing limited dates in America and Europe — on a tour he named “Stage Door.”
Here is your chance to win three of R.E.M.’s classic albums on vinyl: “Lifes Rich Pageant,” “Dead Letter Office” and “Eponymous,” which have been reissued by Capitol/UMe.
Monkee multi-instrumentalist Peter Tork talks to Goldmine about the new album, “Good Times!,” and the band’s 50th anniversary.
Goldmine‘s September issue is available at select record shops and Barnes & Noble stores and includes interviews with Chris Robinson, Steven Tyler, Jon Anderson, Go-Go’s, Bangles, Geoff Tate, Rita Coolidge and more.
While pulling double-duty on a co-headlining Journey/Santana bill, Neal Schon took the time to talk to Goldmine about his latest adventure.
Enter to win an Audio-Technica wireless turntable (AT-LP60WH-BT) with Bluetooth technology.
Goldmine speaks to Carlos Santana and Gregg Rolie about the early days of Santana and the newly reformed “classic” lineup.
John Lennon’s 1956 Austin Princess is being auctioned in London by the Austin Rock and Roll Car Museum on September 7, 2016.
There was never another band like It’s a Beautiful Day. Even amidst the manic fervor of mid-late sixties San Francisco.
The Dead Daisies are a supergroup of sorts, comprised of a “rotating line-up” of musicians. Current vocalist John Corabi talks about the group’s latest album.