various Linda Thompson Presents My Mother Doesn’t Know I’m On The Stage (Omnivore) What a wonderful album this is. What a joy, what a laugh, what a barrel of fun. And what a long time we had to wait for …
The legendary Mancunian guitarist brought his Call The Comet tour to NYC’s Irving Plaza for a memorable, sold-out concert on Monday, October 15th.
Slash is currently on his third release with Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators, and on October 9 he humbly brought his rock ‘n’ roll caravan out to Long Island to the Paramount Theater in Huntington, New York.
published in Goldmine, October/November 2018 issues Ah, the ongoing saga of Mick’n’Keef’n’Charlie, too. To some, they’re more Strolling Bones than Rolling Stones, a travelling Broadway musical plowing through the same old crowd-pleasing motions to the strains of an iPod playlist. …
Steve Hackett, Danny Adler, Eddie and the Hot Rods and more reviewed!
For nine CDs of generally excellent sonics, generally brilliant music, and a heap of ’80s memories that you may or may not thank the 12-inch mixes for reminding you of, “Keychains and Snowstorms” is spectacular. Soft Cell were, after all, the only band in the entire synthipop boom that was carved of anything more than MTV-friendly pop.
John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s Imagine film, which has undergone a masterful restoration job and includes bonus footage, opens in theaters worldwide on September 17th.
You don’t buy Rolling Stones box sets like this because you don’t have the original albums. You buy them because they’re there. One day, you might even play them.
Here are selected music reviews taken from Goldmine’s August 2018 issue (plus a few extras!): from Love’s 50th Anniversary Edition of Forever Changes to Roger Daltrey’s latest solo album.
Grammy winner diverts from set list, plays song about his late friend Chris Cornell at well-received New York show.