by John M. Borack A bit overdue with this, but here ’tis… 1. The Yum Yums – …play good music These merry popsters from Norway have been serving up hot ‘n’ fresh slabs of bubblegummy punk for more than 20 …
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall Of Fame inducts newly eligible Nirvana, classics Dinah Washington, Hank Ballard, Patsy Cline and Gene Vincent along with Jimmy Buffett and more
While many early female performers were teen idols or pop singers, plenty of others rocked every bit as hard as the boys. For those women who rock, we salute you with this edition of Picture Sleeve Archive.
Plus, the Rock Hall will finally let fans get a say with online polls that will generate a “fans ballot” that will count with all of the other induction votes.
Lemmy is defying the odds just as he did when he drove a van full of Jimi Hendrix’s gear across England wearing kaleidoscope glasses on his face. He doesn’t play by the rules, he doesn’t like rules, and he doesn’t like the people who make the rules.
Influence seems to be the main criteria for entrance into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
This sumptuously illustrated book tells Jett’s story in her own words.
2010 Virgin Mobile FreeFest lineup announced: Pavement, M.I.A., LCD Soundsystem, Thievery Corporation to name a few.
This solid 21-song, two-disc set — compiled to coincide with the release of The Runaways motion picture — touches on most of Joan Jett’s important chart hits from her nearly 30 year solo career.
A conversation with a rock ’n’ roll impressario