Goldmine’s August issue covers The Beach Boys’ “Sunshine Tomorrow,” a 2017 release of 1967 music redone and rediscovered. Interviews with Brian Wilson, Mike Love and others.
On May 27, just months after we lost the Allman Brothers Band’s drummer Butch Trucks, we lost Gregg Allman. We remember him with the flip side of his solo Top 40 hit. By Warren Kurtz Gregg Allman Flip side: Multi-Colored …
Learning about Gregg Allman’s death was an unwelcome shared experience. Now it’s time to share pathways to the music that built his legacy.
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame inductees reach the approximate halfway point with standouts from R&B, Jazz and Opera included in the latest 10 honored
Singer, guitarist and son of Gregg Allman weighs in on his favorite songs by his father’s legendary band.
Gregg Allman looks back at ‘Eat A Peach,’ the secret to The Allman Brothers band’s success and life with and without his bandmate and big brother, Duane.
Losing his brother and bandmate, going through a liver transplant — Gregg Allman has plenty of life experience with the blues, both onstage and off. It seems only natural that “Low Country Blues,” Allman’s new solo blues music cover project with famed producer T-Bone Burnett, has struck a chord with music lovers.
To turn up the volume around hepatitis C a benefit concert featuring The Allman Brothers Band will be held in New York, July 27, the eve of World Hepatitis Day.
Allman puts in a terrific performance but T-Bone Burnett’s production disappoints.
Three-day passes for annual Memphis event are available now through Ticketmaster