Queensrÿche: Releasing ‘The Verdict’

Queensrÿche have settled into the ‘Todd La Torre’ era, with three fine records of hard-hitting, no-nonsense music, and now they continue with ‘The Verdict.’ Guitarist Michael Wilton explains.

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Obituary – Martyn Watson

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New book on Woodstock’s 50th Anniversary offers front-row seat

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Current Print Issue

Goldmine’s June 2019 issue focuses on this year’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees, with the classic lineup of The Zombies on the cover. Bassist/songwriter Chris White tells Goldmine the secret behind the group’s success. In fact, the 2019 inductees on a whole will be celebrated by examining the value of some of their records and memorabilia. The issue will also look at the Rock Hall’s remaining snubs (Jethro Tull, ELP, and so on).

Also in the issue, interviews with Jon Anderson and Alan Parsons on their new solo albums, and lengthy interviews with the surviving members of the Alice Cooper Band. Plus: How Frank Zappa‘s legacy is promoted through a mega-reissue campaign, the 20 Albums That Invented Punk, the 10 albums that changed Chuck Negron‘s life, the love of vinyl records through 20 years of our Record Album Price Guide and a lot more.

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