From The Sparrows to Steppenwolf, John Kay proudly perseveres with a triple-CD set, “Steppenwolf at 50.”
The June issue discusses the reunion of Todd Rundgren’s Utopia. Three members of the current Utopia are interviewed, including Rundgren himself. Issue on newsstands until June 4.
Each week we will pick an artist and post a selected discography from our latest Record Album Price Guide, 9th Edition. This week will be Steppenwolf.
On August 1, we lost Steppenwolf’s original keyboardist Goldy McJohn, who was with the band through 1974. We remember him now with a ‘70s flip side and quotes from Mister Zero of the Kings and Marty Jourard of the Motels. …
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame inducts its 39th class featuring early stars Jerry Butler, Frankie Avalon and the Ronettes plus Canadians Loverboy and Steppenwolf and female legends Ella and Judy
In Steppenwolf, the late-’60s counterculture found its pack leader… and one its most high-profile critics.
Roaring like an army of souped-up, exhaust-spewing choppers, Steppenwolf’s gritty, garage-rock growl gave voice to the political and social unrest of the times.
What’s on the minds of Goldmine’s readers? Find out in this installment of Please Mr. Postman! Topics include: vinyl, Pink Floyd, Donovan and fans vs. collectors.