In an interview with Goldmine in 2013, Tom Petty talks about his magical longtime collaboration with Jeff Lynne, among other things.
One of the best ways to remember Tom Petty, one of the greatest rockers of a generation, is to celebrate some of the amazing music he created.
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ 40th anniversary tour concluded last month in L.A., where sadly, Petty passed away this month. We look back at Petty’s career and a tender flip side.
Each week we will pick an artist and post a selected discography from our Price Guide. This week it seemed appropriate to pick Tom Petty.
by John M. Borack Kaufman – “Scratch” (No label listed) David Kaufman is a talented guitarist from the Los Angeles area whom I know strictly as a sideman, so I was a bit surprised when this solo CD arrived in …
Goldmine Magazine, home of the world’s largest music collectibles marketplace, announces its sixth group of inductees in its recently established Hall of Fame
If you’re a fan of meat and potatoes pop with no frills and melodies and guitars galore, dive in to the band’s latest release, “No Chocolate Cake.”
Jeff Lynne, leader of the Electric Light Orchestra, has accomplished more than enough to merit induction into Rock’s Hall Of Fame
There are some musicians for whom rock and roll never stops. Happy Birthday, Tom Petty!
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