Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame’s latest inductions include Alice In Chains, Mott the Hoople, Blue Oyster Cult, Peaches & Herb and Juice Newton
Anybody with an ear pressed tightly to those musical landscapes that echo to the sound of the seventies (and overflow a little on either side) will already be well aware of Angel Air Records. For almost twenty years now, Angel …
Free was a learning experience for the young Paul Rodgers. Now in his mid-20s, he was already a veteran in the music business. Rodgers put a band together called Peace and toured the U.K. with Mott The Hoople. He struck up a friendship with Mick Ralphs, and they began writing together. The rest, as they say, is history.
Come on, come on! It’s rare that this column gets to celebrate a glam rock shot, but a couple of new releases send us spinning all the way back to those halcyon days when boys could be girls and girls could be girlier, and even short people towered over you on eight-inch stack heels.