Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame inducts its 19th group of 10 led by the fabulous Impressions, the Moody Blues,Jim Reeves,The Velvet Underground and Grank Funk Railroad
A surprising theory on why Grand Funk Railroad has not been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Todd Rundgren has been a major record seller, producer and innovator in almost every phase of the music industry, but has yet to receive a call from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Still making stops all over America and the world, the Grand Funk Railroad, one of the biggest hard-rock bands of the ‘70s, just keeps on going.
If anyone has achieved iconic status in the world of rock ‘n’ roll, it would be Mark Farner. As the former singer, songwriter and guitarist of one of America’s most successful and identifiable bands of the 1970s, Grand Funk Railroad, Farner lived the rock ‘n’ roll dream to the max.
A Wizard, A True Star was such an abrupt about-face for Todd Rundgren after the 1972 pop classic Something/Anything? that some wondered if he was hell-bent on committing career hari-kari. More than three decades later, Rundgren is, once again, throwing the dogs off the scent with Arena.