Rhino Records has partnered with Goldmine to deliver some classic rock reissues The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac and/or Captain Beefheart.
Farewell to guitarist and vocalist Bob Welch, guitarist Pete Cosey, BMI president Frances Williams Preston, The Platters’ Herb Reed, folk musician Arthel ‘Doc’ Watson, polka great Eddie Blazonczyk and saxophonist Andrew Love.
Goldmine Magazine, home of the world’s largest music collectibles marketplace, announces its second group of inductees in its recently established Hall of Fame
Singer and guitarist Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac fame will perform new and classic solo works as well as songs from the Fleetwood Mac catalog in his one-man show.
North American tour in support of “Seeds We Sow,” his latest album, begins Sept. 9
No danger for Will Robinson here. Creatively, Bill Mumy has come a long way since his Lost In Space role.
Hard to believe that, in fact, the band had its inception releasing their self-titled debut album back in 1968, and have sold over 100 million albums to date.
While guitarist Lindsey Buckingham is best known for his work with Fleetwood Mac, he also has racked up an impressive amount of well-crafted and very listenable solo material. This 2007 set at Bass Performance Hall in Ft. Worth features a nice mix of some Mac favorites, some gems from the Buckingham solo catalog and some tunes from his most recent solo album Under the Skin.
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Dave Walker is best remembered for the two years he spent helming Savoy Brown, truly the most explosive British blues band of the early 1970s