Goldmine Magazine’s latest set of Hall of Fame inductees features newcomers Ellie Greenwich, Tom Kelly, Thom Bell, Dave Bartholomew & Boudleaux Bryant
Allen Klein wasn’t a musician, producer, arranger or composer, yet he altered the course of rock’n’roll by sticking up for his clients against the corporations. He got filthy rich doing so yet the more he made, the more he wanted. This is the story of a megalomaniac who fought battles for Sam Cooke, the Stones, Beatles, Who, Kinks, Animals and Donovan, but lost the ultimate battle for himself.
Goldmine Magazine, home of the world’s largest music collectibles marketplace, announces its sixth group of inductees in its recently established Hall of Fame
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame boasts a great variety when it comes to its inductees
Paul Anka and Bobby Vee both were just 15 when stardom beckoned, and both went on to have long and productive careers
Event coincides with Sam Cooke Day
New product line released this week is aimed at serious music fans and enthusiasts
A “pod” (display case) filled with artifacts associated with the life and career of the late Sam Cooke is now on display at The GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles in recognition of what would have been the late artist’s 80th birthday.
Following the death of Sam Cooke, Bobby Womack’s personal life and career were thrown into upheaval.
His marriage to Cooke’s window, Barbara Campbell, three months after Cooke was buried, did not sit well with the R&B community, though Womack has said he wanted to look after Campbell in her time of need.