Goldmine Magazine’s latest set of inductees into its Hall of Fame features superstars from Norway and England, and some of music’s most significant singer-songwriters
The Go-Gos and The B-52s reached back their respective Eighties heydays at their excellent co-headline show at NYC’s Roseland Ballroom on Wednesday, June 19th.
A recap of choice panels and performances, plus exclusive photos and interviews from the annual festival/conference in Austin, Texas
Chris Stamey, Kathy Valentine and others literally sing the praises of the savvy songwriter in Austin, Texas.
In 1981, The Go-Go’s released “Beauty and the Beat.” Seven months later, it made music history as the first album by an all-female band to top the charts.
Remastered, expanded version of ‘Beauty and the Beat’ is due May 17; classic lineup of the band will begin a U.S. tour May 29 in Hershey, Pa.
The Dum Dum Girls’ sound is a mixture of 60’s garage, punk, surf, and a little bit of pop.