Here are selected reviews from Goldmine’s March 2018 issue: from Queen to Tim Buckley.
Goldmine Magazine wraps up its initial series of Hall of Fame inductees with another group of outstanding songwriters
The Nashville-based, New Jersey-born-and-bred singer-songwriter pulled out all of the stops at her Manhattan show on Tuesday, October 25th, performing both familiar songs as well as tracks from her yet-to-be-released fourth album.
Never before seen photographs of Elvis Presley, Patsy Cline, Roy Orbison and a young Johnny Cash — taken by the late George Kealiher, Jr. — will be part of a major exhibit called “Backstage Past” at the Colorado Music Hall of Fame through March 2017.
Roy Orbison’s three sons formed a company to promote and protect their father’s legacy. And ‘Roy’s Boys LLC’ decided to release a lost album and a box set.
Back in 2002, Guy Clark (who died two days ago) had a lengthy phone conversation with Goldmine’s Bruce Sylvester about songwriting. Here it is.
A long lost Roy Orbison album & the returns of Jack Scott & the Pixies Three brighten the holiday season for collectors
“One of the Lonely Ones” will finally be available after being shelved for 46 years.
Goldmine Magazine, home of the world’s largest music collectibles marketplace, announces its seventh group of inductees in its recently established Hall of Fame
The Beach Boys have had numerous hit records, but sometimes their non-hits were better than those that topped the charts.