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Following on from their rip-roaring, sold-out UK tour, AC/DC grace the cover of this month’s Classic Rock magazine! Get full details inside!
From their very first tour… to their last?
Spirit of ‘76
Bon Scott has just been beaten up. Angus Young has ambitions to buy Tasmania. And AC/DC are playing in front of three men and a dog. It’s May 1976, and the adventures of a certain ‘Antipodean punk band’ are kicking off in chaotic fashion…
Angus spills the beans
In 1992 Vic Garbarini spent three days on the road with AC/DC and got one of the most revealing interviews with Angus ever.
Whole lotta Jonno
AC/DC’s 25 best moments with Brian Johnson.
All this and more in 15 riff-packed pages on these rock legends…
Heaven And Hell
“It really is Black Sabbath, but it isn’t. It’s a fresh thing,” says Tony Iommi. It’s also return to doom metal’s heyday.
He’s an inspiration to Clapton, and one of Neil Young’s favourite guitarists. So why is he still something of a well-kept secret?
This month’s CD
Our very own label, Powerage Records is dedicated to bringing you the very best in classic rock. This month we present our first sampler for your delectation, featuring 12 tracks from Electric Mary, Pride Tiger, Lethargy, Endeverafter and more…
Elsewhere in the June issue of Classic Rock…
Ten years after giving the world the first punk record, The Damned had their biggest ever hit with Eloise. This is its story.
Back in Blighty this summer with his ‘other’ band Loaded, the Velvet Revolver bassist spills the beans on Chinese Democracy, writing for Playboy and the continued hunt for a VR singer…
Ferreting out the gems in this enduring band’s vast back catalogue.
All this and much more, plus the biggest rock reviews section on the planet, this month with new albums from Heaven And Hell, New York Dolls, Dylan and more; reissues including Motörhead and The Sweet; new DVDs; new books.
And if you take out a subscription to Classic Rock from this issue, you get a 3-CD Springsteen box, AND save money into the bargain.
You want high-voltage rock’n’roll? Plug in to Classic Rock!