On December 10, 1967, Otis Redding died in a plane crash in Wisconsin, the day after his TV and club performances in Cleveland. We look back on Otis Redding’s music with Cleveland’s Michael Stanley, KISS’ Paul Stanley and Melissa Etheridge. …
A day-to-day diary of sailing on the hard rock seas with “Kiss Kruise VI: Creatures of The Deep.”
Bad Company testimonials from rock ‘n’ roll’s elite.
Ken Sharp jumps aboard the KISS Kruise V and gives Goldmine a lively journal of the rock ‘n’ roll events and behind-the-scenes goings-on.
KISS takes Goldmine aboard its fifth KISS Kruise and the report is good: loud music and plenty of band access.
Full stage productions enhance respective co-headlining sets at Camden’s Susquehanna Bank Center.
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame continues to recognize all giants of the music industry, from the most commercial to the most bizarre
By Chris M. Junior It started innocently enough with KISS trading cards when he was in grade school. Since then, Seether drummer John Humphrey’s collection of KISS memorabilia has grown tremendously in size and value — and it also includes …
Influence seems to be the main criteria for entrance into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Some of Ron Wood’s most intriguing paintings will be auctioned off this month.