The Who frontman Roger Daltrey releases the solo album “As Long As I Have You,” which has a lot in common with the classic rock legend’s roots.
The sound filling us up this month with blues, rock, jazz: Adam Ahuja will be the latest one-man band to rock your world. Six new faces come together to make a bold new jazz statement. Mama SpanX will spank you solid. Monk Lives. Jim Shaneberger protests like Dylan. And there’s a new British Invasion.
There are plenty of books that make good music history guides for British Rock. Gillian G. Gaar explores this year’s most interesting releases.
The photography book “Backstage: The Rolling Stones” by Gered Mankowitz is available to Goldmine readers for a limited period with a 25% discount!
Were the Beatles No. 1? Were the Stones Banned? Goldmine’s Rock By Numbers columnist ponders these questions.
The December 2016 issue of Goldmine is now out. Here is a list of record shops and Barnes & Noble stores that carry Goldmine.
An American touring band and the 50th anniversary of a landmark album keep original Yardbird, Jim McCarty, happily rolling along.
There wasn’t nearly as much hoopla when The Kinks turned 50. But, hey, The Kinks’ music can hold up to any of the classic bands – defunct or still standing. Here are our picks for the band’s best songs – 50 of them.
Original Yardbird Jim McCarty talks about the legendary band in the ‘60s and today.
With their ‘60s masterpiece “Odessey and Oracle” finally getting the love it deserves, The Zombies move forward with a new studio album and lots of touring. Here is an extensive interview with vocalist Colin Blunstone, keyboardist Rod Argent and bassist Chris White.