Music and city-specific memories fill the band’s nearly three-hour show at the Wells Fargo Center.
Goldmine Magazine announces its 23rd set of 10 inductees into the Goldmine Hall of Fame, and this group defies categorization, with The Ramones and Mitch Miller landing side by side
In the new book “Put The Needle on the Record: The 1980s at 45 Revolutions Per Minute,” author Matthew Chojnacki shines a light on the artistry of picture sleeves. Here’s a sampling.
The Searchers, Troggs & Zombies are three more British Invasion bands the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame should consider
The last of four-part article on Phil Spector’s musical legacy by Harvey Kubernik
Linda Ronstadt is a household name in many countries, but her success has not translated into recognition from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Blondie returned to their New York City home for a show on Tuesday night, August 31st at the Nokia Theatre Times Square and, as always, delivered a set that left the hometown crowd very happy.
When staunchly classic auction houses like Christie’s and Sotheby’s host sales related to a popular culture era, you know the market is on to something
It’s hard to say whether posters will become highly collectible, but history doesn’t seem to be on their side.
The inside story of The Ramones — the “all access pass” on the opening page isn’t there just for show — as told by the people who knew them best, “On The Road With The Ramones” pieces together commentary by band members, fans, journalists, relatives, other recording artists — Joan Jett, the Dead Boys’ Cheetah Chrome, and Blondie’s Chris Stein, among others — and assorted hangers-on to provide a colorful, patchwork history of a band that, sadly, wasn’t too tough to die.