Monkees trading cards (and flip books) are sought-after when it comes to that distinct category of music memorabilia.
Carole Bayer Sager They’re Playing Our Song – A Memoir Simon & Schuster available now for pre-order/publication October 18 Not many people can write one of the greatest songs of the decade, first time out. Nor can they follow it …
How many Beach Boys clichés can we cram in to describe the Wild Honey Foundation’s benefit show at the Alex Theatre in Glendale, California on February 13?
by John M. Borack The Wild Honey Foundation is gearing up to present an eclectic playlist filled with both well-known and esoteric Beach Boys tunes from 1967-1977 performed by a talent-laden house band dubbed the Wild Honey Orchestra, along with …
by John M. Borack As Frank Sinatra once crooned, “It was a very good year.” Lots of great releases in 2015, some by old favorites, some by new upstarts, and a few that flew in straight out of left field. And …
The country-rock pioneer and Monkee shares his inspirations, why he’s going back on the road and why Tommy Tedesco’s Telecaster went airborne during a recording session.
Goldmine Magazine, home of the world’s largest music collectibles marketplace, announces its ninth group of inductees in its recently established Hall of Fame
Don Kirshner could smell a hit from a mile away. His music empire created hundreds of hits and provided the soundtrack for much of the ’50s and ’60s.
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame should take a closer look at these bands
Since debuting in 1966, The Monkees have fought the stigma of being unhip. Forty-five years later, it looks as if The ‘Pre-Fab Four’ now are winning the fight.