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.”
Julien’s Auctions announced the upcoming sale of Lennon’s original 1962 J-160E Gibson Acoustic guitar.
A special set of Record Store Day 2015 pieces will be closely associated with the records stores themselves.
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.
Kosmo was commissioned by Record Store Day co-founders Eric Levin and Michael Kurtz, to create a commemorative piece of artwork for this year’s event. 5,000 numbered, limited-edition art prints and 10,000 postcards will be given away at select record stores on April 18 – courtesy of Red Bull Sound Select.
After four years of planning and fund-raising, Jimi Hendrix Park took a major step closer to realization with the winning rebid of the development.
As news of the upcoming Record Store Day circulates, the obvious question remains, “Who’s releasing what?” A press conference hopes to answer questions.
Get ready for upcoming record shows, including the Greater New Jersey Record Show on Dec. 7 in Edison, N.J., the Record Swap Meet Dec. 14 in Newark, Calif., the Record & CD Show in Jan. 17 in Lansing, Mich., and the Chicagoland Record Collectors Show Jan. 18, 2015, in Hillside, Ill.
With new “Midnight Special” DVD collections now available online and in stores, the show’s creator looks back at presenting live rock ’n’ roll on the small screen.