Goldmine lists tour dates from the hottest acts out there, June 7, 2010
A bunch of Ronnie James Dio’s colleagues shared their thoughts with Goldmine over the passing of the metal legend
“The Essential Carole King” is a must have for all of the 40+ music lovers who have her albums that are well-played, well-loved, and always coveted
12 previously unreleased Hendrix tracks are coming out in March; John Carpenter’s "Elvis" is coming to DVD; Barenaked Ladies sign with EMI; James Taylor and Carole King announce U.S. tour dates; the final Johnny Cash American Recordings album; and a new Wanda Jackson single from Third Man.
Bobby Vee’s true place in the annals of rock ’n’ roll is only just now being thoroughly researched and acknowledged. In the first four parts of our career-spanning interview, Bobby discussed his influences and his early days with brother Bill as mentor. Now we find the young man from Fargo bursting onto the national scene following the tragedy of Clear Lake, rubbing elbows with the greatest songwriters and producers of the ’60s and ’70s and creating some of the most important pop hits of the entire rock ’n’ roll genre.
Bobby Vee talks about his experiences recording for the Liberty label and touring with The Shadows.
Originally released in March 1971, Tapestry was a true pop phenomenon.
The reissue package of Carole King’s 1971 landmark Tapestry finally offers a chance to experience King in “unplugged” recital.