Goldmine‘s Spring 2017 issue — dedicated every year to Record Store Day — features The Doors on the cover.
Recapping choice panels, discussions and performances from the annual music conference-festival in Austin, Texas.
The music world lost rock ‘n’ roll’s founding electric guitarist and storyteller, Chuck Berry, on Saturday, March 18. Goldmine gives a Fabulous Flip Sides in his honor.
Goldmine Magazine’s latest set of Hall of Fame inductees includes four singer/songwriters still on the concert trail and three standouts who composed some of our modern classics
Jay Jay French, well known as founding member, guitarist and manager of Twisted Sister, debuts his new Beatles column for Goldmine, “Now We’re 64!”
As Record Store Day reaches its 10-year anniversary this year, RSD organizer Michael Kurtz shares the first brainstorming conversations about the concept of the event in the special Spring issue of Goldmine.
To mark 30 years since U2’s album “The Joshua Tree,” an anniversary edition of the iconic record will be released by Interscope Records on June 2, 2017.
Double-Disc versions of “Run With The Pack” and “Burnin’ Sky” feature original album
remastered and expanded with rare recordings, available May 26.
San Francisco Art Exchange (SFAE) will be selling off original paintings by artist Gerald Scarfe, from Pink Floyd’s 1982 masterpiece “The Wall.”
Here are upcoming records shows and events, including the Pennsylvania Music Expo on March 12 and Jersey City Record Riot on Apr. 22.