Jessi Colter’s perceptive autobiography candidly relives her years of marriage to country outlaw hero Waylon Jennings.
The Goldmine Hall of Fame’s initial inductions conclude with two personalities who helped shape radio and TV at the onset of the Rock Era and three managers, whose guidance changed the face of music forever.
Obituaries for drummer and singer Levon Helm of The Band, Men At Work’s Greg Ham, TV host and entrepreneur Dick Clark and amplifier designer Jim Marshall.
The heavy sounds of Gary U.S. Bonds and Freddy Cannon helped Rock & Roll bridge the gap from the ’50s to the British Invasion
Be sure to grab a copy of our annual 5-Star Album issue!
Kiss – outlandish, bombastic, amazing, and ridiculously popular – belongs in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Their name and costumes were gimmicky, but the band were about more than tricorns and tights
John Lydon is taking PiL on the road for the first time in eighteen years. He’s an awfully intense person but he may not be the bully you think he is.
In the conclusion of Goldmine’s epic interview with Bobby Vee, he talks about his album I Wouldn’t Change A Thing and about his other recent projects and plans.