Goldmine Magazine’s 16th group of Hall of Fame members features four multiple inductees and two giants from the ’50s
Goldmine Magazine, home of the world’s largest music collectibles marketplace, announces its second group of inductees in its recently established Hall of Fame
In an exclusive Goldmine interview, the singer/bassist checks in prior to his solo tour and talks about what the future may hold for The Eagles and much more
Kenny Edwards died Wednesday afternoon, August 18 at his California home. He was 64 years old.
Given the acrimony and bitterness that accompanied The Eagles’ 1982 breakup, it’s no wonder Don Henley wanted to put as much distance as he could between himself and his former band.
The brainchild of ace session musicians Charlie Carp and Danny Kortchmar, known
mostly for his work with a solo Don Henley in the ’80s, Slo-Leak mashes up traditional blues guitar with a dense, swampy thicket of funky, down-and-dirty electronica on the duo’s third album.