In our September 2015 issue, we feature acts including Santana, Yes, and The Rolling Stones. We continue to share some lesser known flip sides from the featured acts to discover or rediscover.
Goldmine Magazine, home of the world’s largest music collectibles marketplace, announces its fourth group of inductees in its recently established Hall of Fame
Musicians from Toto and Journey are the newest artists to join the ranks of Ringo Starr’s All Starr Band when it hits the road in 2012.
Legacy began reissuing Jimi Hendrix’s catalogue last year, adding a DVD to new editions of original albums. These releases are simply straightforward reissues.
Discussing the past, present, and future of music, Carlos Alomar (Bowie, Lennon, James Brown) tells Goldmine what influenced his musical and personal life
The new release is a personal and intimate reworking of Santana and Journey classics as well as Rolie’s own compositions through solo voice and piano.
The original Woodstock site is now home to a booming cultural center, including the Bethel Woods Museum and an annual summer concert series.
Autographed guitar, concert tickets are up for bid
Woodstock was a nightmare for The Grateful Dead. Though Woodstock was not an easy gig for anybody, The Grateful Dead experienced more than their fair share of problems, with dangerous technical problems, a deluge of rain and a stage that seemed on the brink of giving way throughout their show. With this year marking the 40th anniversary of Woodstock, Goldmine asked a number of artists who were there to share their memories of those three days.
Saturday morning dawned soggy and gray, and Michael Launder, 17, from Albion, New York, and his friend, Billy, hitched a ride on the trunk of a car covered in people. “There were about eight guys inside and another five or six sitting on the hood and trunk, so we just jumped on,” says Launder. “When we finally reached the festival, it was very surprising to see the state troopers with their ‘Smokey’ hats off, hanging with the rest of us.”