On this episode of the Goldmine Magazine Podcast there is a debate on how Prog Rock can be defined, based on the article that Martin Popoff had written for the November 2018 issue of Goldmine called “20 Albums That Invented Progressive Rock.”
iHaveit is a brand new music collecting platform. The Goldmine Magazine Podcast speaks to iHaveit founder Michael Veenswyk about what makes it unique.
Houston music auctioneer, Backstage Auctions, will hold quite an amazing auction called the Noel Monk Collection on October 13-21, 2018 (preview starts at www.backstageauctions.com on Sept. 26).
Garry Peterson, original drummer of The Guess Who, comes on the Goldmine Magazine Podcast to chat about the band’s new album.
Podcast guest Norm Harris, owner of Los Angeles’ famous Norman’s Rare Guitars, discusses why he is auctioning off parts of his collection of Tom Petty guitars and memorabilia this month via Heritage Auctions.
Episode 30 is a podcast interview with heavy metal vocalist Lizzy Borden, discussing the new album and other various topics.
Ken Sharp is the author of this June’s cover story on Utopia and the singer-songwriter of a single celebrating the band’s reunion. Ken Sharp is also the guest on this podcast episode.
Mike Portnoy talks about Sons of Apollo’s debut album, their current tour and his life as a music collector, especially Beatles memorabilia and vinyl.
Goldmine Price Guide author Dave Thompson is our guest on the Goldmine Magazine Podcast as we discuss the brand new edition of the Goldmine 45 RPM Record Price Guide, 8th Edition.
Procol Harum’s Gary Brooker (pianist, singer) is the guest on this episode of the Goldmine Magazine Podcast.