The Latest Issue Of Classic Rock is On Sale Now
It’s 2011, folks (just in case you missed all the whizz bang a few days ago), and what better way to welcome in the new year than with the latest issue of Classic Rock, which is on sale even as you read this.
Issue 154, yep that’s the cunning code name for the new issue (well, it is the 154th one!) has the late, great Phil Lynott on the cover, as we commemorate the 25th anniversary of his death by looking back at the Thin Lizzy leader’s tragic final year
Elsewhere, there’s so much other stuff to keep you warm during the next month:
It’s back to the garage as we cover the early days of the biggest metal band in the world.
Egads! Lemmy’s reached the ripe old age of 65. So, after 35 years are Motorhead finally gonna become a massive band?
The return of the stoner masters. Talking of which, what is stoner rock anyway? We quiz Chris Goss and Dave Wyndorf, because if anybody knows they will!
What do you mean ‘who?’. They’ve inspired Iron Maiden and Oasis, and also had connections with The Krays. Now you wanna know more, right?
Southern rock’s smartest band return with more stories, some of which might not get the approval of their local church.
Iron Maiden’s drummer for the first three albums, he’s now facing the biggest battle of his life – literally – as he faces up to dealing with multiple sclerosis.
The Human Riff talks about the size of Mick Jagger’s todger and also his friendship with Paul McCartney.
The Kinks riff master discusses how he annoyed John Lennon, once shared a girlfriend with a Rolling Stone and bluntly reveals what he thinks of Jerry Lee Lewis.
But, wait, there’s yet more. We’ve got a Buyer’s Guide to John Fogerty, Album reviews of new releases from Magnum, Gregg Allman and My Chemical Romance, plus a live review of Hard Rock Hell…
Oh, and we’re also giving away for free a CD of the 15 hottest bands for 2011.
With all that going on, you know you must immediately get a copy of the February 2011 issue of Classic Rock. On sale now.
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