The New Issue Of Classic Rock Is Out Today!
Don’t dare miss the March edition of Classic Rock – with Guns N’ Roses on the cover!
It’s our fourth annual ‘Lost’ themed issue – so as well as the usual goodies expect a misbegotten selection of articles on bands from the dustblown vaults of obscurity!
There’s also a FREE ‘Lost’ CD featuring 15 tracks from the likes of UFO, Jerusalem, 13th Floor Elevators, Rogue Male, Luv Machine and more – including Thin Lizzy’s Massacre, a ‘Lost’ live version from 1977!
Elsewhere inside issue No.129 of Classic Rock:
GUNS N’ ROSES: Izzy Stradlin says Alan Niven was “the sixth silent member of GN’R”. The band’s former manager speaks out.
THIN LIZZY: The live and really dangerous days. Scott Gorham and Brian Downey look back at Lizzy in their 1970s prime.
DEF LEPPARD: Life with the late Steve Clark, by the Leppard guitarist’s former girlfriend.
GREEN RIVER: They spawned Mudhoney, Mother Love Bone and Pearl Jam… but they were a band out of their time.
STRAY DOG: They influenced Queen, Van Halen, Steve Vai and were poised to be the next big power trio. So what went wrong?
BARNEY BUBBLES: He developed light shows for Hawkwind, and designed sleeves for Ian Dury, Elvis Costello, The Adverts and other iconic 80s new-wavers.
ZAKK WYLDE: Lewd tales from the life and times of the Black Label Society mainman and Ozzy’s guitarist.
MARILLION: The lost-loves story behind their biggest hit single, Kayleigh.
CHRIS CORNELL: Is his latest album evidence that the former Soundgarden frontman has turned his back on rock?
THE CLASH: It’s June 1981. The Clash play a fortnight-long residency in New York instead of touring the US. Mick Farren kept control…
All this and more in the latest issue of Classic Rock, on sale now!
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