“Auld Lang Syne” is such a standard on New Year’s Eve that many musical artists, in almost every genre, have covered it since Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians popularized it in the 1940s. But in all these years which artist has done it the best?
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame continues to recognize all giants of the music industry, from the most commercial to the most bizarre
Johnny Maestro, The Chantels & The Diamonds should be considered for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Discoveries columnist Todd Baptista weighs in on a few of the deserving artists who’ve been excluded from The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame but deserve to be there.
How does the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame justify Laura Nyro in and Carly Simon out?
It’s common knowledge that Connie Francis hit it big in 1958 with “Who’s Sorry Now?” But Francis recorded 20 songs before that on MGM. How do the forgotten 20 stack up?
The Hit Parade Hall of Fame uses the voice of the fans to honor musical giants since 1950.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame boasts a great variety when it comes to its inductees
The Monkees received plenty of support for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Connie Francis was the first female superstar of Rock & Roll, but she has been ignored by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame