As an edition to our monthly Quick Picks in Goldmine, here are some more ‘picks,’ recommended by the Editor.
Music with messages for peace is still needed all these decades later and is an example why the album “Spirit of ’67” remains as timely as ever.
The Teen Cancer America program has plans in the works to build more centers throughout America. Daltrey remains passionately committed to the cause.
The Madison Square Garden crowd was there to to witness history: Eric Clapton’s last U.S. concert,. And Slowhand will go out on top without a struggle.
Trower is back with his latest effort, “Something’s About to Change” — a solid mixture of blues influences and his classic distorted Stratocaster guitar.
An official promotional Led Zeppelin album that was never released by Swan Song Records, titled “Led Zeppelin Past, Present and Future,” is now available at auction — direct from a Led Zeppelin specialist and premier Led Zeppelin memorabilia dealer.
Rhino Records has partnered with Goldmine to deliver some classic rock reissues The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac and/or Captain Beefheart.
The top 10 vinyl records sold on eBay in March 2015. This Market Watch is full of rock records, but there are a few classical, jazz, and R&B gems on the list as well.
The Who celebrating their 50th anniversary with songs that they’ve scarcely ever played got Goldmine’s resident Whooligans thinking. Here are our suggestions for “The Who Hits 50” set list.
Goldmine presents an exclusive video premiere from Bachman’s new song release, “Oh My Lord,” from the new album, “Heavy Blues.”