Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame welcomes Cameo, Spandau Ballet, Roger Miller, Emerson, Lake & Palmer & Tommy Edwards
A Garden Gnome cover prop from Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, signed by all four members sold for $42,500 at Heritage Auctions’ April 19 Entertainment & Music Memorabilia Auction in Beverly Hills, California
Though it’s only six months since Spin Cycle last delved into the world of the Luck of Eden Hall, that was then and this is now. Six months, after all, is a long time when your band never stops moving, …
With a new album approaching, and a (nearly) thirty year catalog’s worth of reissues on the wind, it’s a good, if somewhat expensive, time to be a Bevis Frond fan. There’s twenty-four albums out there already, plus a bucketload of …
Goldmine Magazine Hall of Fame’s latest group of inductees includes a British World War II legend, one of doowop’s greatest groups, plus Rap’s first female superstars, Reggae & R&B
Goldmine Magazine Hall of Fame’s latest group of inductees includes two great female vocalists, Jazz and doowop legends and another Country music great
A recap of choice panels and performances — plus exclusive photos featuring members of The Zombies, Jefferson Airplane and The E Street Band, among other artists — from the annual conference/festival in Texas.
The incredible story of the band KANSAS is told for the first time in the all-new documentary Miracles Out of Nowhere… available Now on DVD, along with companion audio.
The story of the band Kansas is told in the all-new documentary Miracles Out of Nowhere… available Tuesday on DVD, along with companion audio.
The name is Dickensian, but the music carves through currents even older than that. A glorious resurrection, and fervent re-investigation, of the instincts that lay at the heart of so much of what is important about British music these days, …