Goldmine’s August issue covers The Beach Boys’ “Sunshine Tomorrow,” a 2017 release of 1967 music redone and rediscovered. Interviews with Brian Wilson, Mike Love and others.
Results for John Tefteller’s World’s Rarest Records auction of 1960s Surf 45s, ending August 23, 2016.
Merrell Franhauser’s 50-year career has taken him from surf to psychedelia, and at least a few will be pleased to read what they’ve been missing all along.
Brian Wilson’s in fine form on the album “No Pier Pressure,” which should please his fans.
Voted runner-up as Goldmine’s Readers’ Choice poll for Best Individual Artists, Beach Boy leader Brian Wilson reveals the many secrets behind his great songwriting.
Songs relive decades with Bishop’s beloved axe, from blues to gospel.
Guitarist and co-leader, John Zambetti, tells how the new album,“Queens’ English,” became a classic British Invasion reunion.
“The Boys of Summer” is a 14-song CD collection that brings together Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine, Carl Wilson, Dennis Wilson and Jan & Dean for the first time in their long history.
As an original founding member of The Beach Boys, guitarist David Marks’ influence was very important. Here is what influenced him
A chronologically ordered Q&A with Jan & Dean spanning 1993-2009, highlighting their early success.