Were the Beatles No. 1? Were the Stones Banned? Goldmine’s Rock By Numbers columnist ponders these questions.
Looking back, even by Las Vegas standards, July 14, 2016 was a glittering evening at the Mirage hotel and casino. “The Beatles LOVE” show was celebrating its 10-year anniversary, and most of the Beatles family was in attendance.
by John M. Borack The over and under on “Peace and Loves” was twelve as Ringo Starr and his All-Starr band recently visited Orange County, CA for the first time in more than fifteen years. Ringo brought out the heavy artillery …
The following are the top records sold on eBay, September 2016.
VARIOUS ARTISTS – IF IT FEELS GOOD DO IT: A SLOAN TRIBUTE Futureman Records is the brainchild of Keith Klingensmith, a power pop mensch and member …
Time to talk about some rather delicious 45 RPM treats!
by John M. Borack The NAMM Show, presented by the National Association of Music Merchants, took center stage at the Anaheim (CA) Convention Center in late January, with musicians, music industry employees, and buyers and sellers of instruments and/or …
With a tour preventing Bruce Springsteen from making his typical unbilled appearance, other notable names carried the load at annual N.J. fundraiser.
Director Michael Lindsay-Hogg talks about the new “Beatles 1” release and how everything came together to produce dynamic video footage of the band.
Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band concluded their latest tour with a fun and memorable show on Halloween night, Saturday, October 31st, at the Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, NY.