Music Hall of Fame from Goldmine Magazine inducts 24th group, featuring Billy Idol and Ozzy Osbourne, Supertramp and America, and Sonny & Cher plus Peter, Paul & Mary and more
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame continues to recognize all giants of the music industry, from the most commercial to the most bizarre
Guitar virtuoso Randy Rhoads was on a fast track to becoming the greatest rock guitar player of all time. But it all came crashing to halt when he died in a plane crash in 1981 at age 25. Take a closer look at Rhoads’ life in this excerpt from the new biography “Randy Rhoads.”
Backstage Auctions owner Jacques van Gool envisions that heavy metal memorabilia will compete with the stature of classic rock in the near future.
Forget the 2002 reissues of “Blizzard Of Ozz” and “Diary Of A Madman.” Bob Daisley and Lee Kerslake are back in the mix, with plenty of extras from Ozzy/Rhoads.
Album includes a duet with Nelly Furtado on ‘Crocodile Rock’
Documentary about Motorhead bassist, airing Feb. 11 on three cable channels, features interviews with Alice Cooper, Ozzy Osbourne and others
Clay-animation version of the Black Sabbath legend stars in a funny Web film for Brisk Iced Tea
Backstage Auctions is offering more than 200 still-sealed records from illustrious labels such as Neat Records and Heavy Metal Records as part of its Rock Gods and Metal Monsters auction, which ends Nov. 7, 2010.
Guitarist Wylde chats about the new Black Label Society, and, of course, his former boss, Ozzy Osbourne