|First issue||June 2005|
Elmore Magazine inspired by Elmore James with a motto of “Saving American Music”, Elmore Magazine is a national bi-monthly American music magazine founded in 2005 by Arnie Goodman and Suzanne Cadgene. It covers a variety of genres of American roots music including rhythm and blues, jazz, rock and roll, country, folk and americana. It also covers a wide array of live music shows and festivals around the country such as Coachella, Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza. Additionally, Elmore also reviews re-issues, new releases and music-related publications. Elmore Magazine, a Blues Hall of Fame inductee, is the only national music magazine that guarantees distribution at music and arts festival across the US and Canada.
Notable artists featured in Elmore Magazine include: Albert King | Alice Cooper | Ani DiFranco | Arlo Guthrie | BB King | Bob Dylan | Carlos Santana | Daryl Hall | Elvis Presley | Eric Clapton | Grateful Dead | Gregg Allman | Hank Williams | Ike Turner | Isaac Hayes | James Brown | Janis Joplin | Jerry Garcia | Jerry Lee Lewis | Jimi Hendrix | John Legend | John Mayall | John Mellencamp | Johnny Cash | June Carter Cash | Lenny Kravitz | Les Paul | Levon Helm | Little Richard | Louis Armstrong | Mavis Staples | Merle Haggard | Miles Davis | Pete Seeger | Ray Charles | Robert Johnson (musician) | Roberta Flack | The Allman Brothers Band
Beale Street Music Festival | Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival | Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival | FloydFest | Lollapalooza | Mountain Jam | New Orleans’s Jazz and Heritage Festival | Philly Blues Fest | Philly Folk Fest | Rhythm and Roots Festival | Stagecoach Festival
- Elmore Magazine
- The Boston Blues Society - An article interviewing Elmore publisher, Suzanne Cadgene
- Celebrity Access - An article interviewing Elmore Executive Director Arnie Goodman