Which artists and records come to mind when you think of great live albums? Check out our list of obvious — and not-so-obvious — picks you need to take for a spin ASAP.
Roger Daltrey gave a terrific performance of Tommy, other songs from The Who, and a few tunes from his solo catalog at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey on Sunday night, September 18th.
Farewell to musicians and industry innovators including Billy Grammer, Jani Lane, Marshall Grant, Gene McDaniels, Delois Barrett Campbell, Dan Peek, Frank Foster, Gil Bernal, Joy Arroyo and Frank Martin
Glen Campbell, a Country Music Hall of Fame inductee, also belongs in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
This two CD set follows 2008’s “Personal File: Bootleg Vol. 1,” and digs deep into Cash’s archives to serve up plenty of previously unreleased material.
Johnston shares with Goldmine some of his most cherished moments as a top producer.
“From Memphis to Hollywood: Bootleg Vol. 2” includes material from his Sun and Columbia tenures
One brushstroke at a time, “The Johnny Cash Project” is gathering illustrations submitted by fans online into a living portrait of the country music legend.
14-song Setlist (Columbia/Legacy) holds its own compared to its predecessors
Most of the songs on this Kansas CD have been previously released on live albums or as bonus tracks on expanded editions. Like Legacy’s “Playlist” series, Setlist titles come in eco-friendly, plastic-free packaging