GOLDMINE MAGAZINE: JETHRO TULL COVER EDITION - APRIL/MAY 2022
Cover Feature: Jethro Tull frontman Ian Anderson speaks what’s on his mind about the first Tull album in almost 20 years, The Zealot Gene, and dishes on current events as well.
Other full-length interviews:
• Neal Preston, photographer for Led Zeppelin in the 1970s, shares behind-the-scenes stories and never-before-seen Zeppelin photos
• Guitarist Slash discusses his latest album with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators, 4, and growing up with parents in the music business while living in Laurel Canyon (Hint: He talks about hanging out with famous singer-songwriters as a kid).
• Vanilla Fudge alumni drummer Carmine Appice and keyboardist/singer Mark Stein discuss their rock and roll legacy and solo material
• Richard Carpenter of The Carpenters goes over the most important details of his latest book, Carpenters: The Musical Legacy
• John Sebastian of Lovin Spoonful fame remembers The Everly Brothers and his unique working relationship with them
• Lead vocalist for The Beau Brummels, Sal Valentino, on the band’s new 8-disc box set released by Cherry Red Records
• Outtake Gallery of Led Zeppelin
• A collector’s guide to Led Zeppelin singles
• How The Beatles remixes measure up to the originals
• Vintage Shot: Gun’s N’ Roses backstage in 1987, captured by rock photographer Mark Weiss
• Record Store Recon: SmartPunk Record Shop in Orlando, Florida
• Spin Cycle: Why David Bowie’s Brilliant Adventures box set is … well, brilliant
• Discographies of The Everly Brothers, Vanilla Fudge, The Beau Brummels and others
• Reviews on releases by Pixies, Scorpions, Cat Stevens and others
• Indie Spotlight on Jem Records, Paradiddle Records and others
• 10 Albums That Changed My Life: Albert Bouchard of Blue Oyster Cult fame
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