Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame draws The Ames Brothers from the ’50s, The Searchers from the ’60s, KC from the ’70s and The Bangles from the ’80s
A torch-bearer for the blues, Johnny Winter’s artistic canon offers a clear link between British blues-rock and American Southern rock styles.
“The solo is arranged so it’s really in-your-face guitar,” says Chaquico. “We argued over every second of it at one point.”
Roky Erickson gets a Throbblehead, and Dogfish Head Craft Brewery marks the 100th birthday of bluesman Robert Johnson with a custom brew titled Hellhound on My Ale.
Some folks like to follow themes when building their record collections, such as genre, format, label or artist. So, does Rock Hall induction make a difference?
Don’t have a bottomless slush fund to buy original Robert Johnson 78s? Now you can get closer to that experience than ever before, thanks to a limited-edition collector’s set.
Discover the legendary bluesman who played hard, died young and left behind a myth and a mystery almost as big as his musical legacy.
There’s plenty of love to go around this year for Mr. Johnson, in the form of deluxe editions, box sets, events and even a designer beer.
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery in Delaware commemorates the 100th birthday of blues legend Robert Johnson.
Grab your neck brace and call the chiropractor: It’s time to bang your head with Goldmine’s May 2011 Heavy Metal issue, on newsstands now!