The New Issue Of Classic Rock – Out Now
The new issue of Classic Rock is out now – and it’s a must for all Led Zeppelin fans!
We’ve got a major feature on the inside story of the making of the immortal Led Zeppelin IV, one of the greatest and biggest albums of all time.
But the issue is also crammed with so much more! Take a look at this list of mega names:
Steven TylerThe Canterbury scene
How a sleepy corner of Kent in the late 60s and early 70s became the breeding ground for some of the great bands of British progressive rock.
At the end of the 70s he was washed up, strung out on drugs and holed up in a Hollywood hotel room. Then he met the two people who would launch his solo career and save his life – only for tragedy to strike.
AOR – The Next Generation
Meet AOR’s New Breed. And they’re coming out fighting, so look out, Journey and Toto. Vega, Work Of Art, White Widdow, Eden’s Curse, Bad City and more are here.
“There’s not a lot of difference between Motörhead and this,” Lemmy says of his rockabilly vehicle, a head-on collision of Motörhead and The Stray Cats.
Red Hot Chili Peppers
It’s all change for stadium funk rock titans Red Hot Chili Peppers. Guitarist John Frusciante is out, new boy Josh Klinghoffer is in, and album No.10 is imminent…
There also details on how you can vote in the Classic Rock Awards 2011, plus the Rolling Stones, The Doors, Chris Squire and Grand Funk Railroad.
The Aerosmith frontman on being a singer, songwriter, author, TV personality and father, being abandoned by the band – and how they still manage to stay together.
Want even more? Well, we’ve got reviews of albums from Bad Company, Trivium, Anvil, Megadeth, Hawkwind, Mountain and Joy Division.
All this, plus a free CD featuring the likes of Michael Monroe, Whitesnake, The Union, Black Stone Cherry and Urban Voodoo Machine.
What are you waiting for? Get the new issue of Classic Rock now. It’s in the shops.
And here’s the CD cover
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