The High Voltage Rock 'N' Roll Magazine
Issue 278’s cover stars are Deep Purple. They ended their Long Goodbye Tour last year, but with their last three albums putting them on a (rock and) roll, none of the band are looking to retire just yet. Other features include…
Mark Lanegan: his self-destructive days are now behind him, but for years it looked like we would be robbed of one of the stand-out singing voices of his generation.
Following Celisse’s high-profile stints with Melissa Etheridge and Lizzo, the guitarist is now prepping an album of her own.
After the minimalism of his ‘Berlin trilogy’, in 1980 David Bowie went all out for a kitchen-sink art-rock album. The result was Scary Monsters.
Despite Genesis having gone into the studio to make their fourth album “a bit stuck for ideas”, they emerged with what for many remains the band’s artistic peak: Selling England By The Pound.
The Blinders arrived in 2018 as the incendiary, politically attuned rock band to beat. Now they’re back with a game-raising album.
While the Allman Brothers Band are retired and Lynyrd Skynyrd are preparing to follow suit, conteporaries the Outlaws continue to stick to their southern rock path.
Massive Wagons: with touring on hold and a new album just out, they take us back to the times and gigs that shaped them.
Plus regular features including Dion, Stevie Nicks (with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers), The Texas Gentlemen, Lzzy Hale and 80s soundtrack albums. All this and much more in Classic Rock issue 278, on sale now.
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