There was a time, in the early-mid 1970s, when it seemed impossible to turn around without catching sight of David Courtney. Songwriter, producer and a performer in his own right, he headed up a musical empire built around three quite …
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame adds more R&B favorites, two female groups who made up one and a singer-songwriter totally out of the mainstream
Vinyl Tuesday is an international initiative started by independent retailers to highlight and promote vinyl record releases every Tuesday. Here’s the scoop.
The box set “Back in Time … 1985 at the Movies” gathers related major pop hits as well as original and redone scores, all housed in a stylized package.
MVD Entertainment Group’s family-run business is preserved today with Ed Seaman leading the charge as COO.
With so many new record labels springing up in recent years, many of whom are literally concerned with records, as opposed to coasters and computer files, it is way too easy to start allowing a few to slip past your …
Even an Album like “Guitar Heroes” (Stony Plain Records), which finds four renowned guitarists — Albert Lee, James Burton, Amos Garrett and David Wilcox — can draw two separate reactions.
Of all the labels operating on the fringes of the modern musical mainstream, sanctuaries for the ever broadening diaspora that is fleeing what were once regarded as the major labels of this world, Burning Shed has long stood as a …
As an edition to our monthly Quick Picks in Goldmine, here are some more ‘picks,’ recommended by the Editor.
Morrison Hotel Gallery announces the expansion of its music photography exhibitions with a national live show, BEHIND THE LENS, presented by the artists themselves.