Twenty years after Nirvana’s juggernaut “Nevermind” album was released, Fender shipped its latest Cobain-related guitar: a replica of the Nirvana frontman’s battered 1965 Jaguar.
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.
With a Market Watch countdown like this one, it’s tough to spot record market trends. We’ve got a variety of genres — Northern Soul, grunge, British Invasion, funk, vintage blues, classical — and formats — 45s, 78s, LPs, promos. So what rocks record-buyers’ worlds the hardest? You’ll just have to keep reading to find out.
Yeah, The Beatles tend to find their way into nearly every Market Watch countdown ever. But Nirvana and Bad Brains are keeping The Fabs company this week.
Look back on 20 years of Nirvana’s landmark album, and life without Kurt, with tons of memories and memorabilia
From head Foo Dave Grohl to The Melvins’ Dale Crover — find out what former members and associates of Nirvana are up to.
Goldmine magazine’s July 2011 (Issue #801) is on your newsstand now! Ronnie Spector is the cover story.
Jazz records — especially ones from Lee Morgan — hit all the right notes with record buyers in online auctions. Of course, there was still plenty of room for genres, including grunge, rockabilly and all-out hard rock. So what record took top honors?
This week’s Market Watch is a great example of how many different areas of collecting are vibrant, if you just take the time too look.
Experience Music Project (EMP) announced the 2011 opening of the world’s most extensive exhibition of memorabilia celebrating the music and history of Seattle grunge luminaries, Nirvana