Classical Music hits another crescendo with records sold on eBay in July, 2015 (and, of course, Beatles records made their presence known again). Here is a list of the biggies sold.
Allen Klein wasn’t a musician, producer, arranger or composer, yet he altered the course of rock’n’roll by sticking up for his clients against the corporations. He got filthy rich doing so yet the more he made, the more he wanted. This is the story of a megalomaniac who fought battles for Sam Cooke, the Stones, Beatles, Who, Kinks, Animals and Donovan, but lost the ultimate battle for himself.
It’s been a very long and rocky road, but at last it seems that Jobriath is finally getting the respect he deserves. New releases of his work relaunch his energy.
Having reached the traditional retirement age of 66, Money limits his live dates to weekends, but talks hopefully about new material he’s been developing.
Legendary producer Glyn Johns touches on his book, “Sound Man,” and shares his experiences with some of rock ‘n’ roll’s greatest artists.
Director Penelope Spheeris claims that it isn’t “Wayne’s World” she’s going to be remembered for; but her three “Decline of Western Civilization” movies.
MVD Entertainment Group’s family-run business is preserved today with Ed Seaman leading the charge as COO.
Richie Furay started out wanting to be a rock star, then found Christ and became a pastor. Now, with a brand new album, “Hand in Hand,” he finds comfort in being a solo artist when he’s not ministering.
In our August 2015 issue, we featured acts The Police, Pat Benatar and Eddie Money. Again this month we share some lesser known flip sides from the featured acts to discover or rediscover.
UK’s State Records label has a simple mission: “Our main aim is to make records that sound like records used to!”