A Rock and Roll Hall of Fame snub list

Mike Greenblatt gives a fan’s perspective on the current state of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s snub list.

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Current Print Issue

Goldmine’s July 2019 issue focuses on Peter Frampton: his farewell tour and his newest album. Frampton also looks back at his career, all in an exclusive Goldmine interview. Readers will then have a chance to win a vintage shot of Peter Frampton in the studio, recording with guitar in hand, circa 1979. The 17″ x 22″ unframed photographic image is printed with archival pigment inks on archival fine art paper, delivered straight from the photography studio of Mark Weiss.

Also in the issue: interviews with Eagles guitarist Don Felder, British Invasion maverick Peter Asher, director Michael-Lindsay Hogg on the Rolling Stones‘ revamped Rock and Roll Circus, members of the ’60s power pop rockers The Cyrkle and Dead Kennedys guitarist East Bay Ray celebrating 40 years of his unique punk sound. And, as always, a whole lot more!

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