Our cover story celebrates Freddie Mercury and co’s most epic album, Queen II
Mott The Hoople’s 2013 reunion tour begins on Monday in Birmingham and climaxes with a show at London’s O2 Arena. “The promoters must think we’re Beyoncé or something,” chuckles Mott mainman Ian Hunter
First published in Classic Rock magazine in 2009: He’s been a mentor to Eric Clapton and an inspiration to Mark Knopfler. Lynyrd Skynyrd covered his songs and he’s one of Neil Young’s favourite guitarists. So why does JJ Cale remain one of blues rock’s best-kept secrets?
Renowned producer, Killing Joke bassist and sometime Classic Rock correspondent Youth had way more to say on the subject of Patrick Lundborg’s newly published and ultimately ground-breaking book Psychedelia: An Ancient Culture, A Modern Way Of Life than could possibly be contained within the physical paper confines of the reviews section in this month’s Classic Rock. Come inside to read the full, unabridged version
Issue 183 of Classic Rock came with a free CD: Unleashed – 15 Of The Hottest New Bands In Britain. We asked you to vote for your favourites – and the results are in!
Come inside for a triple Triggerfinger video overdose. We’ve got three exclusive clips featuring the members of “Antwerp’s loudest band” out-and-about in London town
It’s a honking… sorry… stonking result for Audrey Horne.