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An appreciation for The Dave Clark Five

The first post-Beatles band to hit the airwaves and come crashing into the mass consciousness of America was The Dave Clark Five, with the song “Glad All Over.” The DC5 deserve more credit for bringing the British Invasion to U.S. shores.

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Current Print Issue

Discover the magic of Motown as Goldmine recognizes the iconic label’s 60th year. Interviews with Smokey Robinson, The Temptations and others are all part of the September 2019 issue on sale now at select Barnes & Noble and Books A Million stores.

Also in the September 2019 issue: Prince, The Doobie Brothers, Zak Starkey, Tommy Roe, Glen Matlock, The Bacon Brothers and others!

Pick up at select Barnes & Noble and Books A Million newsstands until Sept. 9, 2019!