The ’60s remain very special on the Flower Power Cruise

The Flower Power Cruise provides memories, music and a continuing connection. Here’s an on-board review of this year’s cruise.

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Fabulous Flip Sides – Interview with X’s Exene Cervenka

We spoke with X’s Exene Cervenka about The Doors’ Ray Manzarek, who produced their first 4 albums on Elektra, Exene’s latest solo album, X’s upcoming tour with The Damned, Violent Femmes and Squeeze, the KAABOO festival, baseball and her family. …

Box set to honor Motown’s 60th Anniversary

Motown’s 60th Anniversary celebration is in full swing, with a host of special commemorative initiatives taking place throughout the year. Motown/UMe will release a newly-expanded edition of the collectible ‘Motown: The Complete No. 1’s’ box set.

The Hollywood Vampires to release new album in June

The Hollywood Vampires to release new album “Rise” on June 21.

Greg Lake estate auction coming in May

Items from the estate of Emerson, Lake & Palmer guitarist/frontman Greg Lake to be auctioned off by Julien’s Auctions in mid-May.

CD Reviews: Art Garfunkel, Twinkle, Philip Jeays, Steeleye Span, Fashion Records, Spear of Destiny, Billy Paul, British Psych

Read about worthwhile CD releases and how reissuing 70s quad on SACD might well be the smartest thing anyone’s done in years.

Goldmine Giveaway: Robin Lane & The Chartbusters

Enter to win an autographed 3-CD anthology and then read an interview with Robin Lane.

Current Print Issue

Goldmine’s May 2019 issue centers on the return of hard rock veterans, Whitesnake! As the magazine’s front cover states: vocalist David Coverdale and crew rock harder than their ’80s heyday with their new album, Flesh & Blood. Both Coverdale and veteran drummer Tommy Aldridge have plenty to say to Goldmine in this exclusive interview.

Also in the issue, interviews with Steve Earle, Lou Gramm of Foreigner, Gary Numan and more. Plus: The Who’s Tommy at 50 years old (in all its forms), The Beatles vs. Rolling Stones, Ken Mansfield on The Beatles 1969 rooftop concert, Humble Pie’s forgotten album, Where Are They Now? (Dirk Hamilton) and more.

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