Here are selected reviews from Goldmine’s February 2017 issue, including The Who, The Rolling Stones, The Searchers, Kate Bush, Jerry Garcia, Quick Picks and more.
Were the Beatles No. 1? Were the Stones Banned? Goldmine’s Rock By Numbers columnist ponders these questions.
In this month’s Market Watch, a Northern Soul single that sold for more than $17, 000 and a Beatles promo that helped kick off Beatlemania.
In our September 2015 issue, we feature acts including Santana, Yes, and The Rolling Stones. We continue to share some lesser known flip sides from the featured acts to discover or rediscover.
A recap of choice panels and performances — plus exclusive photos featuring members of The Zombies, Jefferson Airplane and The E Street Band, among other artists — from the annual conference/festival in Texas.
A recap of choice panels and performances, plus exclusive photos from the annual conference/festival in Austin, Texas.
Guests join guitar great onstage for birthday show at the B.B. King Blues Club & Grill in New York.
A recap of choice panels and performances, plus exclusive photos and interviews from the annual festival/conference in Austin, Texas
If you were a British musical act trying to make it in America, you didn’t have a prayer until The Beatles broke. Here are some of the memorable picture sleeves of the eras.
Derek St. Holmes is the voice behind classic Ted Nugent songs including “Stranglehold.” Instead of giving us just 10 Albums that changed his life, he turned his list up to 11 records. We suspect Nigel Tufnel would be proud.