The new issue of Classic Rock goes on sale this Wednesday!
The February issue of Classic Rock goes on sale Wednesday, January 10.
c Rock goes on sale Wednesday, January 10.
In this month’s cover feature: Life After Led Zeppelin. Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones talk about what they each did after John Bonham’s death shot the Zeppelin out of the sky.
Elsewhere in the latest issue of Classic Rock…
Bob Seger. A recent addition to the Rock’n’Roll Hall Of Fame, the US rocker has survived long enough to celebrate four decades in the industry.
Voted the greatest living guitarist by his peers, Jeff Beck, the “world’s worst band leader” tells Classic Rock why he’s comfortable out of the limelight.
Fractious but accomplished, The Byrds turned Bob Dylan into a pop star and even made country music as cool as rock’n’roll.
He inspired many guitar greats but almost drank himself into an early, impoverished grave: Bert Jansch. Jimmy Page’s hero speaks.
Tabloid icon and fan Garry Bushell enjoys the backstage antics of the rejuvenated, outspoken and heroin-free UFO.
Which band did the Stonehenge thing before Spinal Tap? Rock’s most brainless ideas… and Keith Moon’s karaoke album to boot. We present some of the great Rock Follies (no, nothing to do with Rula Lenska). You’ve got to laugh!
Rose Tattoo frontman Angry Anderson talks frankly and emotionally to Classic Rock about death, serious illness and dealing with the loss of a friend:
Classic American songwriter Tom Petty gives a rare interview.
Soul Asylum’s Dave Pirner on the surprising power of the band’s single Runaway Train.
This month new albums from Pete Townshend, L.E.O. (yes, the letters are in the right order) and the Manic Street Preachers’ Nicky Wire and reissues from Kiss, Frank Marino, Steve Hillage and Phenomena head up the biggest rock reviews section on the planet, in which we look at new albums, reissues, DVDs, books and gigs. Good, bad or indifferent, find out here before you buy.
Start 2007 with 15 hot new rock bands on the brink of bigness: Sign, Damone, KingBaby, Art Of Dying, The Trews, Dollhouse, Kid Ego, Another Tragedy, McQueen and Headrush are among the artists on this month’s free, gratis, no-cash-required CD. Boy, do we spoil you!
And if you take out a subscription to Classic Rock, you can choose to receive a FREE copy of either Best Of Poison CD or a New York Dolls box set.
Forget all those New Year ideas of getting more exercise; instead settle down in a nice comfy chair and read all the above and much, much more in the February issue of Classic Rock, on sale Wednesday, January 10.
You want high-voltage rock’n’roll? Plug in to Classic Rock!
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