by John M. Borack (All photos copyright John M. Borack, 2017) The weather was unusually hot and humid, but that didn’t deter hundreds of Beatles fans from gathering outside the …
Walsh’s masterpiece, 1978’s “But Seriously Folks…,” is an introspective work, often compared thematically to “Pet Sounds” but set in the ’70s.
by John M. Borack The NAMM Show, presented by the National Association of Music Merchants, took center stage at the Anaheim (CA) Convention Center in late January, with musicians, music industry employees, and buyers and sellers of instruments and/or …
I was busy at work on a sunny Monday afternoon in late January when I got the call; friends visiting from Texas had an extra ticket available for the taping of The Night That Changed America: A GRAMMY Salute to …
Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh talks about odds of a James Gang reunion, having Ringo as a relative and why he’s to blame for Led Zeppelin
The producer behind many iconic groups and albums looks back on an incredible career that began with sweeping floors in the studio and evolved into producing B.B. King’s ‘Live and Well’ and The Eagles’ ‘Hotel California.’
Goldmine Magazine, home of the world’s largest music collectibles marketplace, announces its second group of inductees in its recently established Hall of Fame
In an exclusive Goldmine interview, the singer/bassist checks in prior to his solo tour and talks about what the future may hold for The Eagles and much more
It’s time again to look at the latest high-resolution recordings.
Slowly, though REO Speedwagon was getting little traction through its self-titled release, guitarist Gary Richrath was beginning to emerge as a major guitar force. Guitar magazines were starting to feature him and his sort of muscular blending of English blues-rock licks with a flashier, more modern technique.