Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame inducts its 31st group featuring far-out artists Frank Zappa, The Sex Pistols, T. Rex & Iggy Pop as well as fan favorites Deep Purple, Air Supply, Richard Marx & more
When it comes to Market Watch, The Beatles tend to pop up more often than Beethoven. Yet, in this countdown, classical recordings nab four of the Top 10 spots.
Some folks like to follow themes when building their record collections, such as genre, format, label or artist. So, does Rock Hall induction make a difference?
The Searchers, Troggs & Zombies are three more British Invasion bands the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame should consider
Beatlemania is alive and well, if this week’s Market Watch is any indication.
Before they rocked The Casbah, the Clash staked out ground as ‘the only band that matters’
When Jacques van Gool began planning Backstage Auctions’ 2010 game plan, it started with items from drummer Johny Barbata and continued with Walter O’Brien’s huge collection
First up is an ultra-rare garage-punk single on the Sabra label, dating from 1966, by Los Angeles-based singer John English (who also sang with The Preachers). “One of the rarest garage 45s in existence,” says the seller — a claim backed up by the fact that a VG++ copy of this single sold for $7,600 on eBay in 2005. The single’s profile was no doubt boosted by the appearance of “I Need You Near” on Boulders Vol. 7.