A vinyl tribute to John Wetton, who gained fame as the lead vocalist and bassist in a quartet which was called the first super-group of the ‘80s, Asia.
Goldmine‘s February 2017 issue has Queen on the cover. The issue includes an detailed look at Queen’s BBC recordings and much more!
Lead guitarist Mick Box of Uriah Heep talks about the immense undertaking of the band’s newest reissue campaign.
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame’s latest inductions include two unique sounds from the late ’50s, two Brit favorites & another Country star
“Into The Wild” is the second new studio recording from Uriah Heep since following 2008’s “Wake The Sleeper.” And this new material doesn’t disappoint.
Frontiers Records and Goldmine have teamed up to give you a hard rock giveaway. Win new Uriah Heep, Black ‘N Blue, The Poodles, and Carmen Appice’s King Kobra.
Milwaukee’s Summerfest — billed as “the world’s largest music festival” — begins this week, and I must say I’m excited. Plenty of progressive bands — or at least bands with progressive tendencies — can be found on the Summerfest bill this year. (OK, less than a couple dozen in a field of 800 is not “plenty,” but it’s still more than I recall in past years.)
It’s been 10 years of false starts, almost deals and record company dissolutions, but England’s own Uriah Heep is finally back with a new studio album, Wake The Sleeper. Best of all? It’s out on vinyl!