Goldmine’s September issue covers The Elvis Presley legacy, 40 years after his death.
40 years ago, on August 16, 1977, Elvis Presley passed away while his single “Way Down” was sliding down the Top 100. It returned to the Top 40 even stronger. We remember him with its flip side “Pledging My Love.”
Coinciding with the 40th anniversary of his death, Elvis’ famous Knabe White Baby Grand Piano will be for sale on eBay, August 10-20.
In a classic interview with Elvis confidant Marty Lacker, the scene behind the 1969 Memphis recording sessions is revealed in detail.
Enter to win a copy of “The Wonder Of You: Elvis Presley With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra” from Sony Legacy.
A countdown of this year’s top releases according to Goldmine’s Spin Cycle’s columnist Dave Thompson.
The Filled With Sound blog reviews new releases by The Hot Club of San Francisco, the Jarrett Cherner Trio, Craig Hartley, WOLF! and new Elvis Presley music.
Never before seen photographs of Elvis Presley, Patsy Cline, Roy Orbison and a young Johnny Cash — taken by the late George Kealiher, Jr. — will be part of a major exhibit called “Backstage Past” at the Colorado Music Hall of Fame through March 2017.
Tom Jones released a retrospective album at the same time as his autobiography, and the pop icon is finding out that it’s not unusual to embrace the past.
Two reprints of books that originally came out in 1995 (“That’s All Right, Mama”) and 1984 (“Stark Raving Elvis”) give a cheeky twist to Elvis Presley’s history.