The June 2018 issue is the Utopia issue — marking the band’s 2018 reunion.
Find out the story behind the Rundgren photograph by picking up Goldmine’s June issue on the newsstand now (at select Barnes and Noble, Books A Million, from May 8 – June 4, 2018, and indie record stores via URP Distribution).
The winner of the Vintage Shot shown above will receive the image as a 17″ x 22″ unframed print, printed with archival pigment inks on archival fine art paper. It will be autographed by the photographer Mark Weiss and it will include a Certificate of Authenticity (COA). It will be securely shipped in a flat envelope.
To enter, click here to go to Rock Scene Auctions and simply put in your email information before June 10, 2018. The winner will be randomly drawn around June 15, 2018 and notified by Rock Scene Auctions via email. Good luck!
The above photo spread is in the June issue of Goldmine Magazine (see cover below, which will be on the newsstand in select Barnes and Noble, Books a Million (from May 8 June 4, 2018) and indie record stores with URP distribution. Contact URP Distribution to find the nearest record store that carries Goldmine.
More about Rock Scene Auctions:
ROCK SCENE AUCTIONS FEATURES THE FINEST PHOTOGRAPHERS FROM AROUND THE WORLD WITH IMAGES FROM THE EARLY DAYS OF ROCK. Each month a collection of iconic photographs will be auctioned off for three weeks at a starting bid of a fraction of their value. Explore the photographer’s website and see the history and dedication to their timeless images. All photos will be signed by the photographer with a Certificate of Authenticity (COA). A portion of the proceeds will go towards WhyHunger. WhyHunger is a leader in building the movement to end hunger and poverty by connecting people to nutritious, affordable food and by supporting grassroots solutions that inspire self-reliance and community empowerment.
Rock Scene Auctions motto is “See what you’ve been hearing!” Check out more cool rock photos on www.RockSceneAuctions.com and bid to bring one home. Check out the charity WhyHunger at www.WhyHunger.org. For more on Mark Weiss go to www.WEISSGUYgallery.com.