The Cars are finally inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. And it’s about time. Goldmine caught up with founding member, lead guitarist Elliot Easton for a peek under the hood of The Cars.
by John M. Borack 2014 seemed to be one of the best years in recent memory as far as new music goes; as a matter of fact, pretty much anything in the top 10 on the following list would …
The Goldmine Magazine Hall of Fame adds another 10 inductees to its growing list of stars who have made great music since the dawn of the Rock & Roll Era
The sleek and stylish Cars were one of the musicals highlights of the 1980s.
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In 1981 The Cars album “Shake It Up” hit the Billboard Pop Album chart at #9, with the single of the same name charted at #2 in Mainstream Rock
Elliot Easton first found fame as lead guitarist for new wave pop-rock outfit The Cars. His distinct sound and style drove many of the Boston, Mass., band’s hits such as “Just What I Needed” to “Shake It Up” to “You Might Think.”