The Goldmine Magazine Hall of Fame adds another 10 inductees to its growing list of stars who have made great music since the dawn of the Rock & Roll Era
From the first track (“Blue Tip”), it’s unmistakable — that distinctive synth, those keening vocals — it can’t be anybody else but The Cars.
The sleek and stylish Cars were one of the musicals highlights of the 1980s.
In 1981 The Cars album “Shake It Up” hit the Billboard Pop Album chart at #9, with the single of the same name charted at #2 in Mainstream Rock
Elliot Easton first found fame as lead guitarist for new wave pop-rock outfit The Cars. His distinct sound and style drove many of the Boston, Mass., band’s hits such as “Just What I Needed” to “Shake It Up” to “You Might Think.”