Addison Love – Thoughts on Lunch? (Big Stir) Those who claim that power pop music is an old(er) man’s game should rejoice mightily upon hearing Addison Love’s excellent debut record, Thoughts on Lunch? Love is a 22-year-old wunderkind from Orange …
The disc jockeys of the ’60s were everyone’s connection to the current hits and the hits to come. Bruce Morrow (Cousin Brucie) was one of those legendary voices on the radio. Bruce opens up to Goldmine columnist John “Jay Jay” French about ’60s radio and his relationship with The Beatles in an exclusive interview.
Paul McCartney keeps on keeping on with “Egypt Station” but he doesn’t just traverse familiar-sounding territory on this new album.
Classic-rock covers, Steven Van Zandt’s surprise appearance among the highlights of the Stars Align Tour’s stop in Holmdel, N.J.
“Yellow Submarine” returns to the big screen this month. The reissue is being handled by Abramorama, and the company’s CEO, Richard Abramowitz, shared some of his own memories of the film, and his company’s involvement in other Beatle-related screenings.
Fifty years on, the Yellow Submarine’s release is being celebrated with limited theatrical screenings around the country during the month of July.
An article about Richard Alderson’s experiences in the New York City music scene in the ‘60s that ties The Beatles and Bob Dylan together.
Power pop singer-songwriter releases a new single called “She Hates The Beatles.”
Although just about everything The Beatles released had 100 percent loyalty, the movie “Magical Mystery Tour” (MMT) betrayed the limits of that unflinching support.
In the end “Jimbo,” Stevie Ray Vaughan’s first guitar, sold for $250,000.00 and was the highlight at Heritage Aucitons April 15, 2018 Entertainment & Music Memorabilia Signature Auction. But there were other notable items that sold, too.