The New Issue Of Classic Rock Is On Sale Now
It’s a killer Keef package! …And that’s because the latest edition of Classic Rock features an all-new interview with The Rolling Stones’ Keith Richards.
Keef talks about the fights, drugs and chaos that contributed to the making of the band’s epoch-making Exile On Main St album. And if that’s not enough, there’s a fresh chat with Charlie Watts into the bargain!
The new Classic Rock comes in a smart cardboard wallet containing not only a copy of your favourite magazine (i.e. Classic Rock) but also a FREE 15-track Blues Breakers CD, and a FREE giant double-sided AC/DC Donington poster.
Also inside this month’s Classic Rock:
Rock’N’Roll Survivors: Been there, done that, got the T-shirt… and still wearing it. Over 15 pages we talk to eight indestructible acts. Meet rock’n'roll’s unbreakable lifers, beginning with…
Charlie Harper: David Charles Perez (for it is he) is in his mid-60s, still singing with Brit punks The UK Subs and still performing with the gusto of a kid on his first stint on the gig circuit.
Meat Loaf: “Making the new album, I felt like God had come down and put the tree of music in the driveway.” Yes, there is life after Bat Out Of Hell for the man born Marvin Lee Aday.
Johnny Winter: Born under a bad sign? In one way or another the Texan bluesman has been battling all his life. His amazing story makes you wonder how he’s still here.
Michael Monroe: The still-glamorous MM reveals the reason for his longevity. And it’s not early nights, jogging and being teetotal.
Tony McPhee: Three strokes, the loss of his sight in one eye and 40 years of gigging, and the Groundhogs mainman is still going.
Frankie Miller: Sixteen years after a brain haemorrhage put him in a coma, he’s big on Facebook. You can’t keep a great singer down.
Steven Adler: “Because of my drug addiction, I missed out on so much. I have nobody to blame but myself.” These days the famed Guns N’ Roses drummer is just grateful to be alive.
Ratt: They were one of the success stories of the glam-metal 80s. But their story is also one of drugs, death and tragedy. And blouses tied in a knot at the waist, of course.
Plus! Andrew W.K., Wilko Johnson, Rick Wakeman and a look back at the golded days of thrash metal with Slayer, Anthrax and Metallica.
Don’t miss the June edition of Classic Rock (issue No.145), on sale now.
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