The British Invasion introduced The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Animals, The Kinks and Gerry & The Pacemakers to American audiences. So where were the women?
The Kinks weren’t as successful or instantly influential as some bands of the 1960s. But their musical statements made an impact then and still hold up today
Goldmine magazine, April 2011 (Issue #798) and Spring special issue on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame are both on your newsstand now!
Seldom seem photographs from the Beatles visit and concert in Los Angeles on August 28, 1966, has been purchased by the Rogers Photo Archive
The DVD presents the programs exactly as they appeared that night and illustrations of how the pace of television has changed.
by John M. Borack Apple Jam Off the Beatle Track Roseta Productions (884501189064) Grade: ****1/2 Off the Beatle Track showcases authentic and affectionate Merseybeat re-creations of 14 tracks that John Lennon and Paul McCartney penned during the Beatles’ early years …
Guitarist and co-leader, John Zambetti, tells how the new album,“Queens’ English,” became a classic British Invasion reunion.
Through interviews with friends, family, and associates, vintage video clips and photos, and dramatic re-enactments, the tale of the death of one of rock’s liveliest personalities, The Who’s Keith Moon, is examined.
The 20-something chaps in the band Locksley embrace both power pop and the sounds of the ‘60s while infusing a slightly reckless, “let’s have some fun” feel.
The best part about working for Christie’s is when unexpected rock and roll items come through the door and turn out to have great historical significance