The New Issue Of Classic Rock Is On Sale Now!
The March edition of Classic Rock hits the stores today with Joe Perry on the cover – and the mag also comes with a FREE copy of the Aero-guitarist’s new album, Have Guitar, Will Travel!
…And if that’s not enough for you, there’s a FREE Bon Scott tribute mag as well.
Here’s a taster of what’s inside the latest – and possibly greatest – issue of Classic Rock:
Aerosmith: “We can’t count on Tyler any more. He’s a fucking burn-out.” Is this the end of the road for the band? In a world exclusive, Classic Rock tails the band over two continents to find out.
Them Crooked Vultures: Flying high with Dave Grohl, John Paul Jones and Josh Homme. Now that’s what you call a supergroup!
New Aussie rock: Down under, rock is back, it’s big and it’s bonza. We meet the bands aiming to be the new wizards of Oz. Stay tuned to the Classic Rock website to get a bunch of FREE downloads from the hottest new Oz bands.
Tee Pee Records: Don’t know much about this respected New York label’s stoner/psyche roster? Here’s your chance to find out. Plus there are more FREE downloads to come from Tee Pee – more details to come on www.classicrockmagazine.com shortly.
Rare Earth: Wrong time, wrong place, wrong colour… They didn’t have an easy ride through the 70s, but boy did they have a ride!
Ginger Baker: The World’s Greatest Drummer or The World’s Grumpiest Man? Mr B. rates rock’s finest – no feelings spared!
New Blues Explosion: Blues is back, its got a rack of new clothes and it’s looking sexy. We look at some of the young guns conjuring some new tricks with the old dog.
Spencer Davies Group: The story behind their 60s classic Gimme Some Lovin’ – and how “it is extraordinarily similar” to someone else’s song.
Gene Simmons: Celeb stories from the man Bob Dylan calls “Mr Kiss”.
Rage Against The Machine: It’s 1999, 10 years before their recent unlikely Christmas No.1, and one of the 90s’ most influential bands are still determined to fight the good fight and not to do what you tell them.
All this and more in Classic Rock issue No.142, on sale now.