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Classic Rock

Apr 01 2022
Magazine

The definitive voice in rock journalism, going behind the scenes to bring the real stories behind rock legends from Led Zeppelin to Metallica, to Marilyn Manson and beyond. Please note: This digital version of the magazine does not currently include the covermount items or content you would find on printed newsstand copies

WELCOME

This month’s contributors

Classic Rock

You’re gonna need a bigger wall… • New website features previously unseen rock photographs – and they’re available as prints.

RIP • Thank you… and good night.

Jon Zazula • March 16, 1952 – February 1, 2022

Ronnie Spector • August 10, 1943 – January 12, 2022

Kit Woolven • December 21, 1950 – January 26, 2022

Jimmy Johnson • November 25, 1928 – January 31, 2022

Rachel Nagy • December 15, 1984 – January 16, 2022

“You can have Joe Rogan or Neil Young. Not both” • Young and friends implore artists to quit Spotify.

“It would’ve been ridiculous, insane, crazy” • Judas Priest rescind singleguitar idea.

NEWS

Voivod • Approaching their fourth decade, prog thrashers Voivod are still blasting out into the cosmos.

Johnossi • Swede emotion from this punk-grunge-blues duo, nodding to the psychodrama of Joker.

BURIED TREASURE • Riches from the rock underground

NEWS

Danny Bryant • The blues guitar slinger on starting with lyrics, feeling like “a caged animal”, and the wisdom of John Mayall.

MY FIRST LOVE • Crosby, Stills & Nash CROSBY, STILLS & NASH

NEWS

Dan Patlansky • The South African blues-rocker on corrupt governments, nursing his wife and giving up smoking.

Kissin’ Dynamite • Meet the German four-piece aiming to take the whole world back to mid-80s rock.

Steve Hogarth • The Marillion frontman on their new album, being inspired by Jon Lord, and being star-struck meeting Peter Gabriel.

Sabaton • War: what is it good for? Well, in the case of these Swedes at least, the inspiration for a lot of grandiose heavy metal and more.

MEAT LOAF September 27, 1947 – January 20, 2022 • A big man with a big voice and big ambitions, he fought hard to achieve success, and when it came he thrilled millions with his catalogue of wonderful and unforgettable music.

STARS PAY TRIBUTE

HAPPY RETURNS • With in-out guitarist John Frusciante and Midas-touch producer Rick Rubin back on board for their new album, the Red Hot Chili Peppers are hoping they’ve rediscovered their hot streak.

WHAT HITS? • Ten deep cuts for the Red Hot Chili Peppers connoisseur.

RICK’S RETURN

Seizing The Day • With a tour just completed (probably), another one set for November and an impressive new album just released, British metal veterans Saxon are grabbing life with both hands and still enjoying a late-career purple patch.

PASSING TRADE • Between May and October 1970, George Harrison brought together a Who’s Who of rock to record his next solo album. All Things Must Pass became his masterpiece. Those in the studio recall its making.

Divine Intervention • Raised in the church in Tennessee and Indiana, Goodbye June were inadvertently primed for a life of rock’n’roll.

BILLY IDOL • When punk came along, with it came curled-lip blond bombshell Billy, fronting Generation X. But it was the arrival of MTV in the 80s that put him among the era’s stars – and brought the attendant problems. Lived a life? You bet.

DON’T STOP BELIEVING • Amid muted celebrations of their 50th anniversary as recording artists, Scorpions are preparing to release their nineteenth studio album, Rock Believer – more than a decade after their farewell tour. Will they ever stop?

The HOT List • THE...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 108 Publisher: Future Publishing Ltd Edition: Apr 01 2022

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The definitive voice in rock journalism, going behind the scenes to bring the real stories behind rock legends from Led Zeppelin to Metallica, to Marilyn Manson and beyond. Please note: This digital version of the magazine does not currently include the covermount items or content you would find on printed newsstand copies

WELCOME

This month’s contributors

Classic Rock

You’re gonna need a bigger wall… • New website features previously unseen rock photographs – and they’re available as prints.

RIP • Thank you… and good night.

Jon Zazula • March 16, 1952 – February 1, 2022

Ronnie Spector • August 10, 1943 – January 12, 2022

Kit Woolven • December 21, 1950 – January 26, 2022

Jimmy Johnson • November 25, 1928 – January 31, 2022

Rachel Nagy • December 15, 1984 – January 16, 2022

“You can have Joe Rogan or Neil Young. Not both” • Young and friends implore artists to quit Spotify.

“It would’ve been ridiculous, insane, crazy” • Judas Priest rescind singleguitar idea.

NEWS

Voivod • Approaching their fourth decade, prog thrashers Voivod are still blasting out into the cosmos.

Johnossi • Swede emotion from this punk-grunge-blues duo, nodding to the psychodrama of Joker.

BURIED TREASURE • Riches from the rock underground

NEWS

Danny Bryant • The blues guitar slinger on starting with lyrics, feeling like “a caged animal”, and the wisdom of John Mayall.

MY FIRST LOVE • Crosby, Stills & Nash CROSBY, STILLS & NASH

NEWS

Dan Patlansky • The South African blues-rocker on corrupt governments, nursing his wife and giving up smoking.

Kissin’ Dynamite • Meet the German four-piece aiming to take the whole world back to mid-80s rock.

Steve Hogarth • The Marillion frontman on their new album, being inspired by Jon Lord, and being star-struck meeting Peter Gabriel.

Sabaton • War: what is it good for? Well, in the case of these Swedes at least, the inspiration for a lot of grandiose heavy metal and more.

MEAT LOAF September 27, 1947 – January 20, 2022 • A big man with a big voice and big ambitions, he fought hard to achieve success, and when it came he thrilled millions with his catalogue of wonderful and unforgettable music.

STARS PAY TRIBUTE

HAPPY RETURNS • With in-out guitarist John Frusciante and Midas-touch producer Rick Rubin back on board for their new album, the Red Hot Chili Peppers are hoping they’ve rediscovered their hot streak.

WHAT HITS? • Ten deep cuts for the Red Hot Chili Peppers connoisseur.

RICK’S RETURN

Seizing The Day • With a tour just completed (probably), another one set for November and an impressive new album just released, British metal veterans Saxon are grabbing life with both hands and still enjoying a late-career purple patch.

PASSING TRADE • Between May and October 1970, George Harrison brought together a Who’s Who of rock to record his next solo album. All Things Must Pass became his masterpiece. Those in the studio recall its making.

Divine Intervention • Raised in the church in Tennessee and Indiana, Goodbye June were inadvertently primed for a life of rock’n’roll.

BILLY IDOL • When punk came along, with it came curled-lip blond bombshell Billy, fronting Generation X. But it was the arrival of MTV in the 80s that put him among the era’s stars – and brought the attendant problems. Lived a life? You bet.

DON’T STOP BELIEVING • Amid muted celebrations of their 50th anniversary as recording artists, Scorpions are preparing to release their nineteenth studio album, Rock Believer – more than a decade after their farewell tour. Will they ever stop?

The HOT List • THE...


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