Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame announces its latest list of Hall of Fame inductees, stretching from Australia to the United Kingdom
With the Moody Blues firmly entrenched among the giants – and, indeed, the founders – of prog rock, it is often easy to forget that, for three years before Days of Future Passed in 1967, they were a finely functioning …
The late keyboardist co-founded Deep Purple in 1968 with drummer Ian Paice in England, and stuck with it through seven of its eight distinctive lineups.
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame inducts two more female vocalists, another British Invasion giant, a dominant force on early R&B charts and one of the top ’50’s female trios
Money can’t buy love, but it’ll help buy you a piece of The Beatles’ history at Heritage Auctions’ Dec. 6 Entertainment and Music Memorabilia auction.
A series of lovely, limited-edition vinyl releases are due out for Black Friday 2014. If you haven’t already added these to your list (or if you plan to do some holiday shopping for a vinyl lover in your life), below …
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.
Megadeth fans will have 234 different ways to bring a piece of the band’s history into their lives, thanks to Backstage Auctions’ upcoming sale. Bidding runs Dec. 1-7, 2014, for the Megadeth: The Countdown to Extinction Auction, which features several decades of the band’s historical tour memorabilia.
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame inducts Todd Rundgren with Utopia, another legendary Motown group, two dance favorites and twin pianos
Little Annie is exhausted Exhausted but exhilarated. She’s just returned home to New York after a week in Toronto prepping what promises to be her most eagerly anticipated album… ever? Certainly for a while. Because it’s also her first to …