Donovan, who the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame claimed “single-handedly initiated the psychedelic revolution,” talks to Goldmine about his close relationship with The Beatles and how a creative movement changed from psychedelic drugs to meditation.
December 8 marks the 37th anniversary of the assassination of John Lennon. And a chance meeting made this author feel poignant about the confluence of human events.
by John M. Borack Heading into the home stretch… THE MUFFS – Happy Birthday to Me The Muffs’ Happy Birthday to Me has received the deluxe reissue treatment from Omnivore Recordings on the occasion of the album’s 20th anniversary, and …
Ronnie Spector and The Ronettes created an original short film with The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus in Anaheim, CA at The 2017 NAMM Show.
Recapping choice panels, discussions and performances from the annual music conference-festival in Austin, Texas.
The year 1966 would prove to be transitional for The Beatles. “Revolver” would be the only album released during the year — and, boy, was it grand! Read the story behind the album’s production.
Donovan talks about the release of “Buried Treasures Volume #1,” which includes 12 tracks that have never been heard before.
The final section of the first stage of Goldmine’s Hall of Fame honors composers, specifically those who have written or co-written the most top 10 hits.
John Lennon’s 1956 Austin Princess is being auctioned in London by the Austin Rock and Roll Car Museum on September 7, 2016.
Tom Jones released a retrospective album at the same time as his autobiography, and the pop icon is finding out that it’s not unusual to embrace the past.