Classic Rock launches new sister title, The Blues magazine - onsale today!
Classic Rock is pleased to unveil its latest sister title today: The Blues magazine, onsale in good newsagents everywhere and available directly from here.
The Blues is a brand new magazine aimed at today’s blues fan. Brought to you by the great team behind Classic Rock, it is a mix of old and new; cult and mainstream – and celebrates 75 years of great blues music.
What you'll see in the shops...
…And what the mag looks like inside.
Issue 1 includes:
A journey through the life of Buddy Guy – including exclusive interview – by Charles Shaar Murray
Joe Bonamassa walks us through his new album, Driving Towards The Daylight
Jack White discusses his “accidental” solo record, Blunderbuss
The former Dr Feelgood legend Wilko Johnson is in full flow on his blues roots, his glory days – and his new biography Looking Back At Me
The late Etta James remembered by her official biographer, David Ritz
Walter Trout opens up on his past and talks through his excellent new album, Blues For The Modern Daze
An introduction to new blues, rock’n’soul supergroup, Royal Southern Brotherhood
An in-depth guide to the 20 greatest British Blues albums released between 1960 and 1966, with archive interviews with Cream, Van Morrison, Georgie Fame, Long John Baldry with John Lee Hooker and more!
A definitive Buyer’s Guide to the Godfather of Chicago Blues, Muddy Waters – and much more besides, including full reviews section
A free 15 track CD featuring the cream of modern blues: Joe Bonamassa, Walter Trout, Royal Southern Brotherhood – and more…
The most comprehensive blues reviews section anywhere in the world, guest columns from BBC presenter and blues champion Paul Jones …and a soul food recipe to prepare and eat whilst you’re reading – yes, really!
Get yours today or order your copy now. Issue 2 onsale Aug 30th.
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