After years in the making, Bohemian Rhapsody, a feature film about Queen that focuses on the band’s charismatic lead singer/pianist Freddie Mercury, opened in the U.S. in early November. But there’s no shortage of memorable performances the band has made over the years, on both the big (and small) screen, to look back on. Here are the best selections.Read Full Story
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Bluesology: JJ Appleton, Jason Ricci, Little Victor, Paul Oscher, Bobby BlackHat, Gaye Adegbalola and more
Mike Greenblatt’s new column ‘Bluesology,’ brings you the best in contemporary Blues, influenced by the masters. This column covers JJ Appleton, Jason Ricci, Little Victor, Paul Oscher, Bobby BlackHat, Gaye Adegbalola and more!
Depending upon which side of the Atlantic you were raised on, the term “glam rock” means different things to different people. Phil King discusses the story of Junkshop Glam and the new “All the Young Droogs” box set.
Current Print Issue
Goldmine’s February 2019 issue is on newsstands now with Paul McCartney & Wings as the cover story — on sale at select Barnes & Noble and Books A Million stores until February 7, 2019.
Goldmine details the beginning of the band Wings, which formed after Paul McCartney’s first few solo albums.The latest releases in the Paul McCartney Archive Collection series commemorate Wings’ early years, with deluxe reissues of Wild Life (1971) and Red Rose Speedway (1973). In interviews with Goldmine, former Wings members Denny Laine and Denny Seiwell recall the early albums of a band in transition, trying to find the right sound.
We also interview Edgar Winter, David Crosby, Barry Goldberg, The Struts, K.K. Downing and Les Binks of Judas Priest fame, and feature articles on Steve Miller, Buddy Holly and Chu-Bops collectibles. Also, a diary of Kiss Kruise VIII and a tour of the Magical Beatles Museum in Liverpool, England.