On November 21, Barnes & Noble will introduce Vinyl Day. Vinyl Day will be an in-store social gathering to celebrate vinyl culture.
Nicky Weller, the sister of The Jam’s frontman Paul Weller and co-curator of the exhibition on The Jam that is currently being held at London’s Somerset House, discussed the exhibition in an e-mail Q&A with Goldmine.
The Zombies have released the first single, “Moving On,” from their upcoming album, “Still Got That Hunger,” available October 9 via The End Records.
’60s-themed concert poster created by Bonnie MacLean, former wife of concert impresario Bill Graham, to be presented to Philadelphia Fillmore concertgoers on Oct. 1
“Behind The Lens with Pattie Boyd and Henry Diltz” is already SOLD OUT for the Los Angeles show and tickets are going fast for shows in Nashville, Chicago and NYC.
An exciting array of talent is awaiting blues fans attending the 15th Annual Kitchener Blues Fest, this Thursday, August 6 to Sunday August 9, 2015, in Kitchener, Ontario. The best news is that you can see most of the bands for free.
They come from all over the Northeast and beyond every summer to Bethlehem Pennsylvania for the largest free music festival in the country, now in its 32nd year.
MVD Entertainment Group’s family-run business is preserved today with Ed Seaman leading the charge as COO.
Morrison Hotel Gallery announces the expansion of its music photography exhibitions with a national live show, BEHIND THE LENS, presented by the artists themselves.
Chicago’s Alligator Records has billed itself as “Genuine House Rockin’ Music Since 1971.” And founder Bruce Iglauer says “the best is yet to come.”