Tower of Power, the R&B-based, horn section band from Oakland, California, are celebrating their 50-year career. During this podcast episode we talk with founding member Emilio Castillo — tenor and alto saxophones, plus backing and occasional lead vocals — about the band’s new album and many other topics.
Podcast guest Norm Harris, owner of Los Angeles’ famous Norman’s Rare Guitars, discusses why he is auctioning off parts of his collection of Tom Petty guitars and memorabilia this month via Heritage Auctions.
Rock author Martin Popoff discusses his book, “Pink Floyd: Album by Album,” among other related topics.
Episode 30 is a podcast interview with heavy metal vocalist Lizzy Borden, discussing the new album and other various topics.
Ken Sharp is the author of this June’s cover story on Utopia and the singer-songwriter of a single celebrating the band’s reunion. Ken Sharp is also the guest on this podcast episode.
Backstage Auctions’ Jacques van Gool comes on the latest episode of the Goldmine Magazine Podcast to talk about the Houston auctioneer’s “Clearance Auction,” June 5-10.
This month’s podcast focuses on John Brennan’s desire to collect and the stories behind his autographs. Starting this week, much of Brennan’s autograph collection will be auctioned off.
Mike Portnoy talks about Sons of Apollo’s debut album, their current tour and his life as a music collector, especially Beatles memorabilia and vinyl.
Author Harvey Kubernik talks in detail on this podcast episode about his newest book, ‘The Doors Summer’s Gone,’and his back catalog.
Record exec (Audio Fidelity) and co-owner of Rock ’N’ Rolla turntables, Marshall Blonstein, joins the Goldmine Magazine Podcast to talk about the latest “UFO” portable turntable and why vinyl records are so popular again — and how important the format is to younger generations.