Grammy-winner, Nashville Songwriter Hall of Fame member, Academy of Country Music Poet’s Award honoree, and fearless raconteur Guy Charles Clark died Tuesday after a long illness.
Linda Gail Lewis rocks on her new Lanark Records release and it even includes a tribute to big brother Jerry Lee Lewis. Linda speaks to Goldmine about it.
Now here’s a chance to win Sci-Fi Romance’s newest album, “Dust Among The Stars,” on CD, and autographed by the band!
Goldmine exclusively premieres Los Angeles based alternative folk-rock group Sci-Fi Romance’s 3rd studio album “Dust Among The Stars.”
Kinky Friedman is a bit of an outlaw and a whole lot of Renaissance man. And his new album, “The Loneliest Man I Ever Met,” speaks for itself.
The Texas Tornados carry on the legacy of the late Doug Sahm, with the help of old bandmates and an enthusiatic son.
Joy Williams and Angela Easterling: strong singer/writers in the Americana vein, yet so different.
In our November 2015 “Americana issue,” we featured acts including John Fogerty, Steve Earle and the Texas Tornados (with roots in Doug Sahm’s Sir Douglas Quintet). Here we continue to share some lesser known flip sides from the featured acts to discover or rediscover.
Goldmine spoke with Lovett during a rare week off, back home in the rural south Texas community called Klein, where his ancestors first settled in during the mid-1800s.
After 20 years in Austin, Cleaves is releasing his first live album titled ‘Sorrow & Smoke: Live at the Horseshoe Lounge,” on Music Road Records on September 6