Denny Somach discusses the lingering controversy over the band’s adaptations of blues songs, the scoop on a reissue project and the likelihood of a reunion.
Mom’s rules dictate that you have to clear out the old to make room for the new. Well, lucky for you, Backstage Auctions is following mom’s advice.
High-end, hard-to-find lots for artists ranging from punk rock acts to The Beatles, The Boss and The Band are among the goodies up for grabs in Backstage Auctions’ Rock & Pop Auction, which closes Nov. 11, 2012.
After Tuesday’s advance screening of “Celebration Day,” Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and Jason Bonham fielded assorted (and sometimes sordid) questions from the press.
New concert film of the band’s 2007 reunion show surpasses Zeppelin’s 1976 theatrical effort on many levels
One of the interesting wrinkles in the circuitous history of Yes concerns the XYZ project from early 1981, which found Alan White and Chris Squire surreptitiously converting guitarist Jimmy Page into a prog-rock monster. “Unfortunately, it wasn’t long after John …
We’ve turned our Market Watch countdown all the way up to 11 — but for a good cause. We’ve got Hank Mobley two-fer, and we wanted to give another artist a chance to shine in the spotlight, too. What else made the cut?
We don’t have a museum or awards ceremony, but Goldmine does have a desire to honor deserving musicians and an alternative to the Rock Hall.
Even the greatest musicians are still vulnerable to making some really crappy live recordings. Here’s Goldmine’s list of some of the biggest offenders.
L.A. hard rock quartet thrive off of proven sounds, making ‘old school’ new again.