The Guess Who are set to return on September 14 with their latest album, ‘The Future Is What It Used To Be,’ released via Cleopatra Records (available in CD and viny).
John Fogerty stays busy touring, performing at a Las Vegas residency and much more. Fogerty tells Goldmine all about it.
Rock author Martin Popoff discusses his book, “Pink Floyd: Album by Album,” among other related topics.
Uriah Heep are releasing their anticipated brand new studio album – the 25th in their storied career – which will be titled “Living The Dream.”
From The Sparrows to Steppenwolf, John Kay proudly perseveres with a triple-CD set, “Steppenwolf at 50.”
Randy Bachman, the co-founder of The Guess Who and Bachman-Turner Overdrive, has embarked on a striking new musical venture — reimagining George Harrison’s music on the album “By George – By Bachman” which was released this March. Our Goldmine interview highlights the evolution of the album and the motivation behind Bachman’s tribute.
Buffalo Springfield released three studio albums on ATCO during an intense, two-year creative burst in the late ’60s. Those albums have been newly remastered from the original analog tapes under the auspices of Neil Young for the new box set: WHAT’S THAT SOUND? THE COMPLETE ALBUMS COLLECTION.
Drummer Mickey Hart is adamant about continuing the Dead’s high level of musicianship.
“Peach Picks: Cream Of The Crop 2003” — a 4-disc set, out in May (and dedicated to the memory of Gregg Allman), features curated selections from six summer shows.
David Crosby aims high with latest release, ‘Sky Trails.’