The last five releases in the Queen reissue program cover the band’s least successful period in America. But as with the other reissues, the sound quality is much improved.
With “News Of The World,” released in 1977, Queen left behind the fey foppery of the band’s earlier releases in favor of unabashed arena rock.
The iconic costume worn by Freddie Mercury sold for nearly three times its low pre-auction estimate, plus four Beatles-related lots rounded out the auction’s Top 10.
Goldmine Magazine, home of the world’s largest music collectibles marketplace, announces its fourth group of inductees in its recently established Hall of Fame
Queen’s Roger Taylor and Brian May will perform on the April 25, 2012, episode of “American Idol,” and the duo’s hand-picked tribute band will hit the road in the U.S. and Canada this summer.
In the spirit of making sure Goldmine’s online poll voters have all the information they need to make an informed choice in our current online poll, we are sharing links to these videos on YouTube.
A fan of Queen’s music since the first time I first heard it, I felt I knew a fair bit about the band. That was before I viewed the new documentary “Days of Our Lives,” completed in concert with the band’s 40th anniversary.
Queen had its share of high points and low points, and what better time than its 40th anniversary to reflect on the band’s most memorable moments?
The biography reveals facts, but offers no further commentary. Yet, despite its shortcomings, this is still the best overall biography on the group to date.
Goldmine magazine’s July 2011 (Issue #801) is on your newsstand now! Ronnie Spector is the cover story.