Here are some music releases to consider for late September 2016, including new albums by Marillion and Herb Alpert.
Janis Joplin and Pete Townshend items, along with the late concert promoter’s scrapbooks and much more, can be seen at the National Museum of American Jewish History through Jan. 16.
Goldmine‘s October 2016 issue, which includes interviews with Kiefer Sutherland, Graham Nash, Donovan, Mick Fleetwood, Meat Loaf, Blackfoot, America, Foghat and Mungo Jerry is on sale now until October 17 at select record shops and Barnes & Noble stores.
Results for John Tefteller’s World’s Rarest Records auction of 1960s Surf 45s, ending August 23, 2016.
Rounder Records will offer a limited-edition vinyl version of the Allman retrospective (1,000 individually-numbered copies).
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.
Up for auction are “The Hollywood Vampires” Neal Smith Autographed Drumsticks from the recording session of “School’s Out/Another Brick In The Wall pt. 2.”
Guernsey’s will be conducting a major auction of the complete Johnny Winter Collection on September 30 and October 1 at Gibson Brands NYC Showroom.
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.
The Goldmine Hall of Fame’s initial inductions conclude with two personalities who helped shape radio and TV at the onset of the Rock Era and three managers, whose guidance changed the face of music forever.